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June 29, 2013
IM SORRY FOR YOUR LOST. MAY YOUR FAMILY RELY ON GOD IN THIS TIME OF GRIEF.
June 29, 2013
the draft lottery was probable one of the fairest system espically the way tarr developed it I was # 34 in 1974 in the standbye lottery . and wasn't drafted but it was fair espically with the double draw
June 29, 2013
so sorry for the loss,may you be comforted by these words."Like a man whom his own mother keeps comforting,so I myself shall keep comforting you people."ish.66:13...nc
June 29, 2013
May you draw comfort the bible offers at Isa.41:9,10,13.
June 29, 2013
Dr. Tarr was on the board of a non-profit I worked for in Savannah. In addition to his professional and educational accomplishments he was also an artist. He studied Shakespeare, did pen and ink drawings of his many travels, and was an accomplished writer. He was a true renaissance man.

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