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October 01, 2012

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thanks for sharing this Sam!
Sorry for your loss.

Thank you for your tribute to your father-in-law. He seems to have been what I think of as "truly American" through and through. Winston Churchill once observed that "Americans nearly always do the right thing - - - after - - - they have explored all the wrong ones." That, though, is the essense of our lives. As a professed Christian, I search for morality. As I age (63 years)....I discover more and more that I actually DO know morality. Blessings and best wishes.

My condolence and thank you for the reminisence and reminder for us all the mortality and live well lived.

Being a new Father, I really enjoyed reading this, and hope that I can live up to the same standard.

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