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January 20, 2018

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March 9, 2012
I had the great pleasure of meeting Mr. June and his wife Virginia in a restaurant in Salt Lake City about 3-4 years ago. Mrs. June told me the whole story and gave me two cards, one with his current picture, and one with his picture when he was in the Marines. I spoke to Virginia at length and she gave me additional information about their lives, part of which included Colorado where I'm from. I wasn't quite sure whether or not to believe what she was telling me about Mr. June. I knew the story but was amazed that I would meet someone of such great stature. The next day, my rep and I were traveling north and passed Hill AFB. We decided to stop in and go through the air museum and in one corner was a complete history of the Navajo Code Talkers and there, to my surprise was Sgt. Allen June's name. I still have both cards and would like to thank Mr. June for his service and sacrifice to our great nation. Rest in peace hero.
March 9, 2012
I had the great pleasure of meeting Mr. June and his wife Virginia in a restaurant in Salt Lake City about 3-4 years ago. Mrs. June told me the whole story and gave me two cards, one with his current picture, and one with his picture when he was in the Marines. I spoke to Virginia at length and she gave me additional information about their lives, part of which included Colorado where I'm from. I wasn't quite sure whether or not to believe what she was telling me about Mr. June. I knew the story but was amazed that I would meet someone of such great stature. The next day, my rep and I were traveling north and passed Hill AFB. We decided to stop in and go through the air museum and in one corner was a complete history of the Navajo Code Talkers and there, to my surprise was Sgt. Allen June's name. I still have both cards and would like to thank Mr. June for his service and sacrifice to our great nation. Rest in peace hero.
May 5, 2011
Semper Fi, Marine:

'We the five-fingered beings are related to the four-legged,
the winged beings, the spiritual beings, Father Sky, Mother Earth, and nature.
We are all relatives. We cannot leave our relatives behind.'
Betty Tso, traditional Navajo
February 11, 2011
Thank you for your service to this great country.
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