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OT: Sad news

  • Subject: OT: Sad news
  • From: "John Bruce" <jbruce@infinet.com>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2001 22:58:31 -0400

 Good evening fellow listers.
 I recieved news this evening that Earl Hall passed away last 
 night.  Earl was the hybridizer of several reblooming irises,
including Queen Dorothy and one of the recent Cook-Douglas
Medal winners, Little Showoff.
 Many people, especially the members of the Miami Valley Iris
Society, will sorely miss Earl and his contributions to the iris
 John Bruce
 John Bruce  jbruce@infinet.com
 SW Ohio, USDA Zone 5b, Sunset #35


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