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Sen. Daniel Inouye of Hawaii (AP Photo/Marco Garcia, File)
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December 19, 2012
Senator Inouye,you served your country well, and for such a long time. You are to be greatly admired and loved. May God bless your loved ones and friends. Thank you for your service to this country during World War II.

Most sincerely,

Carolyn
December 19, 2012
A wonderful man
December 19, 2012
Senator Inouye, you will be missed greatly. sending prayers to your family and loved ones.
December 19, 2012
I would like to offer my condolences to the Inouye family for their loss. Senator Inouye was an outstanding advocate for Hawaii during his years in Washington, and he will be greatly missed here. On a more personal note, I am grateful to him for having been a wonderful mentor to my late husband, Hawaii State Senator Anson Chong, who once worked as an aide in Senator Inouye's office and held him in greatest esteem. Aloha, Senator Inouye.
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