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Re: Word from Iraq

Kitty and Donna as you talk of sending items to our servicemen (generic) it 
reminded me of old friends that do not live near us now.  The father is a 
school administrator in a small community and the son, Tony,  was an all around 
outstanding student while in hi school, on into college and was the youngest of 
four with a big time span btwn 3rd & 4th. Tony graduated from college which was 
funded by a military program and rqd an active duty stretch with the Marines. 
 He was shipped to Iraq.  Classes in his home town school where his father is 
still administrator, his church, Tonys friends, brother  and sisters, their 
friends and other friends all about starting sending Tony pkgs.  His dad, who  
said it was unbelievable, had a dream.  A military truck loaded with pkgs 
zooming across the sands and the driver is saying 'Who in the hell is this Tony 
#$%@ ?

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