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Posted: 4/6/2017
Name: Chuck Windham, Vice Chairman
Message: Meeting tonight at the Overhang @ 1900hrs. Planning for the Open House and CCO. RLTW

Posted: 4/5/2017
Name: Earl Singletary
Message: I also want to extend a huge thank you to Ranger Al Martin and his tree service crew. They did an outstanding job cutting and removing a very large poplar tree that was located five feet from my front porch. I was amazed watching them climb, cut and lower huge limbs safely without causing further damage to my house. I also want to thank Ranger Bob Suchke who showed up with his monster log truck, picked up the huge logs and hauled them away. A very professional job done by all. I highly recommend if you have a dangerous tree that you want removed, call Ranger Al Martin.

Posted: 4/4/2017
Name: Bob Suchke- Treasurer
Message: I want to extend a huge thank you to Ranger Al Martin and his tree service crew for their very generous donation to the USMRA. Al and his team just removed a very large offending poplar tree from Earl Singletary's front yard. This is the same tree that dropped a large limb on Earl's house. Tree is now safely down, hauled off and site cleaned up. Al donated the entire fee to the USMRA and it was deposited today to the USMRA account. Thank you Al! RLTW!

Posted: 4/4/2017
Name: Ron rice
Message: Doug Perry, many thx for info. Hope u get to feeling better soon. Agent orange got a hold on me. Quadruple heart bypasses. 28 % of one kidney left. 3 aortic aneurysm's. Left foot and leg still suffering from explosion. But still have the Ranger spirit in me and still climb 20 ft in a tree stand to deer hunt. Not read y for a rocking chair yet. Be 77 july. Tell Andy I said hello please and take care. RLTW AATW "ROPES RICE"

Posted: 4/2/2017
Name: Joey B King
Message: I'm new to the group. Thank you for having me. I am a graduate of class 11-85. For anyone who may not know, Col Jerry Cashion passed away in Nov 2012. We were college roommates and graduated Ranger school together. He was downwind of an blown ammo dump during the first Gulf War. My guess is that is what caused his pancreatic cancer. A month ago I read an obit on the AMVETS website about Aime Muller who was with the Minn Air Nat'l Guard in Iraq. She spent time near a burn dump and died of pancreatic cancer in her mid-30's. It sounded a lot like Ranger Cashion. Again, thanks for having me aboard. Joey King Nashville

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