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July 17, 2018

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March 17, 2018
I will always remember the good times and stories Murray and my Grandpa (Dominic Calarco) would share at the reunions. Also how excited my Grandpa would get to see him when he arrived. You couldn't separate them. Knowing they are together again brings joy to my heart. Murray was a Great Man and GREAT Veteran!
March 17, 2018
The Calarco, Kernicki and Grochowski Families are saddened by the passing of our father's very best Army Buddy. Murray was always considered an uncle, as he baptised my brother Dennis and he was referred to and spoken about very often by my Dad, Dominic Calarco. Dad was a Nose Gunner and Murray a Bombardier. They were very close. I recall a trip to Washigtom and a tour of the war monuments. Murray was comfortably seated in a wheel chair and Peter was at the controls. I said, "Dad", let me get you a wheel chair, so you don't have to do so much walking". In his typical proud response, he answered "I'm not sitting in no wheel chair!". From behind us we heard Murray's voice. "Dominic, stop being a hard head and get in the wheel chair". He was seated in less than a minute. Murray called my dad "Pal" and they had more stories to tell than most of the veteran members of the 307th Bombardment Group. He will be remembered as a true gentleman and a loyal friend of our family.
Donald Calarco
December 6, 2017
We were out of town and unaware of Murray's passing until the new owners of his home told us about it last week, so please forgive our tardiness in expressing our sympathy. Murray & Ruth were lovely people, always there with a helping hand or a joke. We'll never forget them, as we were lucky enough to be next door neighbors for the last 37 years. Their family was their pride & joy and we hope your sadness will soon fade, replaced by the many memories you made at your happy home on Locherbie.
Sincerely,
Mike & Gerri Buckles
November 5, 2017
Peter,

My thoughts and prayers are with you at the passing of your Father. I have several memories of him from our childhood days while at OLQM which I will gladly share with you at a more appropriate time and forum! One involves an outing on Lake St. Clair on your boat when a thunder storm came out of nowhere! Your dad masterfully found safe harbor, all the time reassuring your mother that all would be ok. A true captain! I am sure he will be missed!

Doug Thompson
OLQM Class of 1967