OKLAHOMA CITY -- Another one of Oklahoma's finest is laid to rest.
Funeral service were held for Sergeant Bret Isenhower from Seminole Monday morning at Southern Hills Baptist Church in Oklahoma City.
Isenhower is one of three National Guardsmen from Oklahoma killed in Afghanistan earlier this month.
Isenhower's body was returned to Oklahoma on Saturday outside the Will Rogers Air National Guard Base.
Soldiers and loved ones lined the way as Isenhower's body was transferred.
Twenty-six-year-old Specialist Christopher Horton and 20-year-old Tony Potter were also killed in the attack.
Services for Potter were held Saturday.
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