The burial for Capt. Nicholas Rozanski, the Ohio National Guard member who was killed in action while serving in Afghanistan two weeks ago, will be April 18.

The burial for Capt. Nicholas Rozanski, the Ohio National Guard member who was killed in action while serving in Afghanistan two weeks ago, will be April 18.

After a funeral at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church in Powell, a funeral procession will end at Dublin Cemetery. Dublin residents and employees are invited to gather along the procession route to honor Rozanski and show support for his family.

The procession will leave St. Joan of Arc at about 11:15 a.m. The procession will travel south on Smokey Row Road, west on Hard Road and then south on Riverside Drive to Emerald Parkway. From Emerald Parkway, the procession will go east on Post Road and east to Bridge Street to the Dublin Cemetery at about noon.

Students from Scioto and Coffman high schools, Sells Middle School and Indian Run Elementary School will be allowed outside to show support, as well.

Calling hours for Rozanski are from 2 to 8 p.m. April 17 at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church.

Parking at the cemetery will be available on the eastbound lanes of Bridge Street, between Monterey Drive and Franklin Street, as well as public lots in Historic Dublin, at the library and at the BridgePoint Center.

Drivers using Bridge Street in Historic Dublin should expect delays during the procession and burial as two lanes are kept open for traffic.

Rozanski, a Dublin resident, was among two other Ohio National Guard members killed in an April 4 suicide bombing.