Larry Worrell and James Duell
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Larry Martin Worrell (June 23, 1954 - December 17, 1989) and James Richard Duell (February 11, 1947 – July 15, 1992) are buried together in the gay corner of the Congressional Cemetery, in Washington, D.C. Their tombstone reads "Two most excellent adventures".
Duell grew up in Mississippi and in 1965 graduated from Benoll High School. He then attended Mississippi State University and graduated in 1969. He did post-graduate work for two years at Mississippi State University and then moved back to Washington, D.C.
In 1971 James Duell started working for the Immigration and Naturalization Service where he held executive-level positions until his death in 1992.
Larry Worrell died in Washington, D.C., on December 17, 1989. James Duell died 3 years later, on July 15, 1992.
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