FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) — An Army Reserve center in Kentucky will be renamed in honor of an officer from southwestern Pennsylvania who was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq.

The 81st Regional Support Command will honor U.S. Army Maj. Michael L. Mundell during a ceremony Sunday at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

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Mundell, who was born in Pittsburgh and grew up in Canonsburg, was killed in 2007 in Fallujah.

He was serving with the 108th Division, a training unit of 4,500 soldiers that is headquartered in North Carolina.

Mundell had served 11 years in the Army before joining the Army Reserve in November 2005.

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Mundell was 47 and left behind a wife and four children.

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