Walter W. Heline, an Army Ranger and forward observer operator who landed with the 29th Division on Omaha Beach on D-Day on June 6, 1944, died April 13 after a long illness at the Veterans Administration Loch Raven Community Living and Rehabilitation Center in Northeast Baltimore. The Parkville resident was 98.
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