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| October/November 1997

HAL DUNBAR, of Adrian, Michigan, died very suddenly on June 4, 1997, while working in his yard.

He was so looking forward to the shows to begin so he could see all of his old engine friends. Hal was a member of many clubs, and his favorite shows were Adrian, Findlay, and Portland.

He will best be remembered for the gold and white striped tent and beautiful model gas engines. A small man with a big smile and huge heart, Hal called everyone his friend. I believe he's organizing a big show in Heaven, just waiting for us to arrive and enjoy a reunion.

Submitted fry his son, Gary H. Dunbar, 217 Burt St., Tecumseh, Michigan 49286.

LESLIE E. (LES) GOOD, 73, of Front Royal, Virginia, died May 1, 1997 following a battle with leukemia.

Les served with the Army Amphibious Engineers in the South Pacific during World War II. He was employed by the American Viscose Corporation in Front Royal, and later at Mt. Weather in Clarke County, Virginia, prior to his retirement. He was a member of the Front Royal United Methodist Church and the Warren Heritage Society.


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