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Remembering: Black Lion John McCoy

2009-04-09 - Seattle, WA - Photo by Joe Hare.
COLUMBIAN JOE HARE REMEMBERS A VIETNAM WAR COMRADE, A LIFELONG FRIEND He writes, "I received the news around noon today 08 Apr 09, that my fellow Vietnam Veteran, Black Lion and close friend, John McCoy of Springfield, Oregon passed away early this morning. John was a great Christian man as well as one of the nicest guys anyone ever had the pleasure of knowing. John, Rest In Peace Brother, for I know you are with our Lord.
s/Black Lions, Brother,Joe

PHOTO NOTE: "This picture was made in Seattle WA in July of '07 when John, Dale Carry, Fred Hill, Ron Moreno and myself got together for a 3 or 4 day reunion. The newspaper John is reading is a 1967 issue of a 1st Division paper. It is the most recent picture I have of John."

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