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Oscar Holderer

Oscar Holderer (Eric Schultz/AL.com via AP)
Oscar Holderer (Eric Schultz/AL.com via AP)

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May 20, 2015 "Many thanks to Mr. Holderer and his colleagues for making a visit to the moon possible. He must have really taken care of himself and his family to have lived such a long and prosperous life. Hoping treasured memories shared with him minimizes your sadness, and may the God of all comfort help you endure day-to-day challenges in his absence." - Brenda (FL)
May 19, 2015 "I was your 39th birthday gift and you were my chosen father, for a time we both cherished one another. In 2010 we got to visit I trust that you enjoyed the visit as much as I. Wishing you 'smooth sailing' you earned it.
Ed DeBona
PCB, Fl 32413" - Ed DeBona (Panana City Beach, FL)
May 11, 2015 "Sorry for the loss your family has suffered. I pray that all can have comfort from God during this time. (Romans 15:33)" - Robyn
May 10, 2015 "So sorry for your loss of such a great man. May the world always remember his many contributions.
Donna Gaither, Gurley, AL"
May 09, 2015 "When we lose loved ones no words can remove the pain felt by the family and friends. Memories can bring back good times and thoughts of being with our cherished ones. May the inner peace that comes from comfort you receive from others help bring some relief. My most sincere condolence for your loss." - Linda (FL)
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — The last known surviving member of the German engineering team that came to the United States after World War II and designed...
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