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Old 05-31-2010, 11:16 PM   #711
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Originally Posted by haggertyw View Post
I was in the 424th Army Band from 1960-62. I think Jim was my squad leader. The Jim I knew bought a new Volkswagon while he was at Ft. Bliss. I had many good times with Jim. He was a great guy! Our Warrant Office was Richard Shelton---I think. Please write back and let me know if this is the same Jim I knew. Thank you! Wilbur E. Haggerty
Yes, this was the Jim Koelling you knew. We miss him daily. He lived valiantly with ALS for 14 months. An unbelievable disease!
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Old 09-12-2012, 12:40 AM   #712
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This is my Uncle Ronald, my Dad's twin brother. The Trump family has sure had a struggle with ALS. My Dad lost his battle with ALS Feb. 13, 2010. I miss him every day. Thank you for your tribute to those who have fought and are fighting ALS.
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