Ghadir Taher of East Point died in the January 2019 bombing in Manbij, Syria. She was an interpreter for the U.S. Army.

Service set for East Point woman killed in Syria

A memorial service has been set for Ghadir Taher, the East Point woman killed in the Jan. 16 bombing in Syria.

Friends, family and supporters are invited to gather informally Saturday, Jan. 26, between noon and 4 p.m. at Embassy Suites by Hilton Atlanta Airport, 4700 Southport Road, Atlanta.

Taher, 27, born in Syria, emigrated to the U.S. as a child and returned to the country of her birth as a translator for the U.S. military. She was a graduate of Tri-Cities High School in East Point.

The bombing at the Palace of Princes restaurant killed 19, including three other Americans.

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