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July 31, 2006
Deepest Sympathies to the Brashear family from the Vinnett family, our prayers are with you. America has lost a true hero. My wife and I had the pleasure of meeting Master Chief Brashear while attending a Black History Month Program which he was an honoree at Piney Grove in the mid 90's, and frequently ran across him at Little Creek Exchange-never to busy to stop and shake a hand and exchange brief words. I was always inspired by his humble ways and the history that went with his stoic appearance. He displayed courage, determination, and character that all should seek to emulate. I must say he is truly "A Man Of Honor". Honor Courage Committment began with Brother Brashear. Fellow Chief "Fair Winds and Following Seas". Thank You and I salute you Master Chief.
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