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February 16, 2010
Drums Along the Ohio did a preview on chief Phillip Martin in the our last issue. We wish only the best for his famly and friends who loved him. He was a great humanitarian. This was showcased in his long reign of accomplishments as Chief of the Mississippi Choctaw. His dedicated life as a servant, is not only a legacy to the Choctaw and Native Americans across this land but all Americans. May his work and legacy live on, Farewell my brother..Cliff Clay Council Head
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February 16, 2010
Our tribe has lost a great man. My deepest sympathy goes out to his wife Bonnie And his two daughters. He will always be with us in spirit and in our hearts. Because of him our lives is better. thank you Louvenia Lewis Meely and Kids.
February 13, 2010
Boozhu to the Martin family. I was never blessed to meet Phillip but I offer my deepest condolences. Joli Bland
February 12, 2010
Halito Phillip, You will be and are missed by the McMillan Family. You're my cousin to both my father and mother. We are proud of your achievements and commitments to the Chahta people. When I was a child and met you, I couldn't help but thought your name was "shilop" which means (ghost) spirit in Choctaw. You always teased me about that, thereafter "Phillip, I shall miss you but one day we too shall journey along the milky way to the stars." Your cousin, Arnold Hendrix (Sonny) McMillan, Akron, Ohio
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