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September 27, 2013
On 9-11-13 I was given Everett's name to wear on my helmet at the 2 Million Biker Ride to DC. I rode from Deltona, FL approximately 830 miles from DC. I was humbled by the honor. I thought his family and friends might like to know.
September 12, 2011
aunt catherine and uncle proc,

It has been 10 years since Marty passed and i just wanted to let you know that you are in my prayer every day

Bonnie Rangel
September 9, 2011
Catherine and Proc, you are in my prayers a little more in September than other times during the year. Please know that the Turners are thinking of you during what I am sure is a very difficult time.

Love your cousin,
Jane Turner
February 3, 2008
I've put off writing anything about Marty because I've always felt that I would not be able to express myself meaningfully enough about him. I met Marty when I was in high school and as a good friend of his sister Mary, I was a bit in awe of her big brother who lived and worked in the big city of New York. I was a kid living in the small town of Walpole. How ordinary! But I looked forward to his visits because as I got to know him, he was just a person, nothing fancy, just a thoughtful guy we could sit and talk to forever, someone to laugh with(and boy, did we!), and then someone I missed when he had to leave. There was always Marty's next visit home to look forward to. I feel truly blessed to have had him as a friend and I will always hold dear in my heart our silly slow dance at Mary and Grif's wedding.
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