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May 25, 2018

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May 25, 2018

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August 6, 2012
I would like to say to the family. He is in a better place right now. May he rest in peace.Amen.
August 6, 2012
Don't no you but may god bless your family at this time much love and many prayers . John Mckinney
August 6, 2012
Rest In Peace USO.
August 6, 2012
O for a day to walk again slow through a forest deep O for the time to talk again before I go to sleep O for the warmth of summer sun the chill of winters eve and O for the chance to sing my song once more before I go O for the scent of autumn air brisk clean and cold O for the chance to travel where the seas are blue and bold O for the prayer I never prayed O for the kiss I never kissed and O for the chance to sing my song once more while yet I missed cry of bird and wail of wind word unspoken sin un-sinned a night to dance a hill to climb the chance to sing while there is time O for the taste of meat and ale to linger on my tongue O for the sight of hill and dale and faces that are young O for the hand of one I love the time to bloom and grow and O for the chance to sing my song once more before I go.