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September 10, 2010
Bud, you were so wonderful as a man, as an inspiration, and step-father. As an Ace you will always be a true HERO to America. THANK YOU. Jenn and I will miss your laughter and stories. We miss you and will forever love you!!!!
June 26, 2010
Met Bud (and Patty) on his return from Korea, introduced by Col Corey Ford who'd known him from 56th fighter squadron days, later meeting pilots he'd flown with in the ETO (P-47s, P-51s) Gabby Gabreski, Dave Schilling and their boss, Hub Zemke, all of them among the greatest warriors our country has ever sent into battle. Hanging out with Bud, (worked with him on his book, introduced him to Wm A Wellman, director of Wings, hoping to get his story on film) wherever we went he was a focal point, serious, witty, engaging, intimate and always challenging, gathering people, telling stories and for me (then in my twenties)an iconic figure who defined what it was to be a patriot, the epitome of heroism during an era when heroes up-held and believed in the virtues of this country. An unmatchable man. An honor to have known him.
June 24, 2010
To the Mahurin family my deepest regrets
in having to say goodbye to such a wonderful man. I didn't know him but I thank him and so many others that served so we can have the freedom we have today.
June 3, 2010
Hello Bud, An electronic guest book, you would have never guessed. Save a seat up there in the clouds.. where friendships are rekindled.

Rudy And Farris Horak 3 June 2010
Burlingame, CA
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