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Community Builder Avatar Roger Yule
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Rodney - I'll see you there, and at Point Beach if you're doing the outage.

Community Builder Avatar Peggy Schlenker
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Hi Mark, I am Peggy Schlenker Jeff Schlenker‘s sister. I know it’s probably bizarre hearing from me after 40 years of Jef ...

Community Builder Avatar Peggy Schlenker
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Hi Chuck, I know it must seem bizarre receiving this message from me 40 years after Jeff’s death. My sister stumbled acros ...

Community Builder Avatar Kenneth Crosby
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God willing I will be there!

Community Builder Avatar Brad Williamson
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Brandi, my apologies for not including you. I did not realize John had two daughters. The Honors Page is updated! If you woul ...

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Survived by daughterS Brittany, and Brandi

Community Builder Avatar Jeff Galli
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Benny and I were connected on Facebook for years, then he became a monk (literally) and left FB. He was still in Red Bluff / ...

Community Builder Avatar Jeff Galli
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I hope to be there. Currently living and working in Bellevue, WA

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