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May 05, 2016

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January 21, 2016
Jill and family, you will always be in my prayers! You probably don't remember my family but my grandparents lived next door to you. I remember going there and then visiting with you and your mom & dad and swimming in the pool! We always watched your dad's show as well!! Sincerely,
Jeanette Renaud
December 11, 2015
I had the distinct honor to study under Rex at Emerson College (1975-1979) but to also work with him at his studio. He was one of the sweetest men I knew. Growing up in NJ, I didn't get to see him on the air as a kid, but wish I could have. God bless you Res.
April 1, 2014
Rex Trailer was a great teacher on his show and a great friend always recognize me at the special events locally & on the California tour. He will be missed . Happy trails to you Rex till we meet again Glenn Comeau
June 4, 2013
Rex Trailer was the best thing to happen on a Saturday early morning. He showed the old king cartoons and the Sergent Billy along with another character that died. And Rex handled his death with grace knowing that it was the first time most children dealt with it. My twin sister and I got to watch it at my Nana's house. Very happy memories.
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