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April 09, 2009


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I know a man at my VFW who has 3 purple hearts and a siver and bronze star, how can I get you to consider him for the wall of honor? He has been honored at the Governor's Mansion here in Colorado, He was decorated for the Battle of the Bulge during WW11. His name is Baldy Torres, not sure that is real first name. Please Email me at benfox1228@hotmail.com, Thank You for your time: Benjamin H. Fox

Patricia R Davis

My huband dies 12 years ago from a service connected disability from the Vietnam was. After numerous operations he finally lost his leg in Nov. 1995. He loved his country passionately, he received a purple heart and other metals from 3 tours in Vietnam. 3 tours he volunteered because thats what the Davis' men do, serve there counrty with honor. I would love to see his name on the wall of honor. He was only 20 when he was hurt and paid the price for that always in great pain for the rest of his life. He was 51 when he died. SO young. His name was Kenneth Dean Davis USMC id you need additional info please contact me at isaiah_58@mchsi.com. Thank you Mrs Patricia R Davis.

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    The Hudson is measured north from Hudson River Mile 0 at the Battery at the southern tip of Manhattan. The George Washington Bridge is at HRM 12, the Tappan Zee 28, Bear Mountain 47, Beacon-Newburgh 62, Mid-Hudson 75, Kingston-Rhinecliff 95, Rip Van Winkle 114, and the Federal Dam at Troy, the head of tidewater, at 153. Entries from points east and west in the watershed reference the corresponding river mile on the mainstem.

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