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Remembering Larry Stokes: Outdoorsman, speaker for his faith

Roger D Smith DMD writes:
Dear Ed: This weekend was marred with the tragedy of two hunters dying in pursuit of doing something that they loved. I knew Larry Stokes better than I did Mr. Wethington but I do know they enjoyed the out of doors, especially duck hunting.

I met Larry a few years ago on a hunting trip and discovered that he was a great guy, fun to be around, and a good hunter. In talking with a mutual friend today I discovered that Larry was a five year surviver of pancreatic cancer, a strong member of his church, and often a speaker for his faith.

I had not seen Larry for some time, but I was greatly saddened to hear of his passing. - Roger D Smith DMD
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