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April 9, 2014
I graduated from St. Croix in '66 but I certainly remember Buzz being at so many events, taking so many pictures. He was a wonderful person and I remember him being a fun and kind soul. My sympathy to his family.
March 31, 2014
Born the year prohibition ended - had a good life!
March 29, 2014
I had not seen Buzz for several years. Attended a photo class taught by his Father. Sorry to hear
of his passing. Clayton Don Wilson, Benson, Az
March 28, 2014
He was a sweet guy. I remember his truck with running boards always parked near the paper. He used to say you shouldn't own anything you couldn't fix yourself -- of course he fixed all his own vehicles. I don't remember him ever being mean or overbearing . . . usually seemed to be in a good mood.
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