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Former neighbor proud of Sgt. Daniel Kermeen and his family

Patricia Kimbler writes:
Congrats Dyllon for becoming a big brother. I'm sure you will handle the big responsibility with honors. Congratulations Sgt. Daniel Kermeen on your promotion. You have come a long way. As a child you came over to my house to hang out with my son Nick, I watched over the gang with the responsibility of keeping the crew safe while in my care. Now as young man you serve our country, and protect my family as well as everyone else's. I'm so proud of you - Patricia Kimbler
Comments re photo 41019 Dyllon Kermeen announces promotion coming of baby



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