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Houston McCoy (Associated Press/ Austin American-Statesman, Kelly West)
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December 28, 2012
December 28, 2012

As another student present that day, I say thank you for you service, and a job and life well done. Best wishes to all family and friends in this difficult time.
December 28, 2012
Truly Courageous Hero! Thank you for your service Sir!
December 28, 2012
Houston, It was a great pleasure knowing you and will always cherish your visits to the UT Tower when you were in town. Thank you for relating the true story of what occurred on that tragic day. You sir,are truly the real hero, since it was you, who stopped Whitman. You were never given the credit for your heroic actions and you never asked for it. You will always be given credit by me, every chance someone asks me if I was present at the Tower incident. I was not present, but we both share similar incidents. Thank you for making me your friend and for the photo. May you rest in peace.
UT POlice Officer, retired 1-30-2000;
Pascual "Don" Marquez
December 28, 2012
The best of America-A true quiet, humble hero who puts his own life on the line during moments of terror in attempt to save others! God Bless you, Mr. McCoy, and thank you for your selflessness, dedication, and service!
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