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John Russell

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Colonel John Russell was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and the oldest living Olympic medalist, an equestrian who took bronze in the team jumping event at the 1952 Olympics.

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I , WILL ALWAYS CHERISH YOUR MEMORIES IN A MILLION YEARS FOREVER .......... REMAIN , IN TOUCH TO YOU !!!!!!!!!!!!! SIR JOHN MARK 1:08-1:11 !!!!!!!!!! PETER 22:03:22 ........ & MATTHEW 26:05-26:75 .........

My deepest sympathy goes out to the family . May the true God comfort your broken hearts. For Psalms 50:15 says call and He will deliver in the day of distress.

Thoughts and prayers of comfort and peace to the Russell family. May cherished memories fill your hearts in the days to come. God is with all who mourn.

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I thank you for fighting for this country's freedom. Thank God for people like you, you will never be forgotten! May the God of all creation provide your family with the strength to endure this difficult time. RIP Colonel Russell!

My deepest sympathies to his family. I am saddened at your loss and am praying that God will comfort you during your time of need. Colonel Russell was well known in the equestrian world and inspired many to follow their dreams.

My condolences to his family, Colonel Russell was an amazing person and soldier. I was inspired by him to play polo in college. I am now trying to become a coach at the university level, his impact on me was great. I thank him from the bottom of my heart, and he will be greatly missed.