A short story about an American who loved His country!
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    Thank You ALL so much! It helps give me comfort and confidence for giving his eulogy Saturday.
    I have taught, instructed and spoke at many large events but that is nothing like burying Your Father.
    Thank You So much and Yall Take Care, This is God-sent(and kind-People sent) strength. John

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    You'll be just fine. They don't make'em like that anymore
    God bless.
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    Brassmonkey
    Living the dream in Canada

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    When you give his Eulogy Remember that you are voicing what he would want you to tell every body about him. Not just what is written. You can relate his kindness how generous he was. What he did to make other peoples lives better. What he instilled in everyone. . You are his last voice to say what has never been said . You last tribute puts in stone in the hearts of others what he really was. You spark the memories and speak that last words of truth about his life .

    God Bless you and Gods speed to you.
    TO Ride, Shoot Straight, and Speak the Truth.


 
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