Letters and Miscellanies
On Oct. 15, 2006, Ron Bracken of Vestaburg, Mich., passed away
at age 74. He was an accomplished machinist, mechanic and enjoyed
building model engines from scratch. He also had a love for Model T
Fords. Ron’s career included a stint at GarWood and 25 years at the
Ford Motor Co. in Detroit. He served in the Army from 1952-1954 and
was stationed at Fort Knox. He attended many shows in Michigan and
was famous for his animated washer woman, which gave many people a
chuckle. He is survived by his wife, Mary, of 50 years and three
sons, Rick, Jeff and Kevin. He was a great friend and will be
missed by all.
Submitted by Don Kinsey of Lakeview, Mich.
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