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Steve Wheeler: Fought the good fight, finished his race

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Mark Hale, Alan Reed, and Chris Bennett write November 5, 2010:
You know of the passing of the "Wheel Man" Steve Wheeler. Steve worked at the KSP post here in Columbia for nearly 30 years. He also gave guitar lessons to local guitar greats like, Alan Reed, Mark Hale, Gene Fudge, Brandon Branham, Ryan Montgomery, Danny Goodin, Chris Bennett and many others. Steve was also a mental mentor to the infamous Tim Green.

Silver Dollar Stevie, Fought the good fight, and finished his race. He will be missed by many. Prayers go out to his family.

Signed/ Mark Hale, Alan Reed, and Chris Bennett.
Stevie Wheeler, a beloved Adair Countian, died this morning, Friday, November 5, 2010, in Louisville, KY at the age of 55.

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Remembering: Silver Dollar Stevie Wheeler

2010-11-05 - Photo by Chris Bennett. Columbia, KY
"Silver Dollar Stevie, Fought the good fight, and finished his race. He will be missed by many. Prayers go out to his family." Signed/ Mark Hale, Alan Reed, and Chris Bennett.

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