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December 02, 2012
Rol was my Father-in-law. He was a cowboy and I'm an Indian; how about that. Over the years, I learned many things from Rol. He taught me about determination, loyalty and courage. His joking was always good natured and his caring was limitless. He taught me how to catch salmon and I tried to tell him about welding. He was soft spoken at times but there was always a sense of quiet strength to him. He had a will of iron which any steel worker could appreciate. I will miss the old American...he was a good man and a great Father-in-law. Iskwayac Atamiskatowin. Your special son, Darrin.
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