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God speed my brother 09/06/2012 @ 5:55am I have always appreciated your input and perspective, and although I knew your main audience was not Pennsylvania, I accepted the challenge of adapting what you were writing to our operation. I am sure we are better off today for the challenges you laid before us. Thank you as well for offering a college scholarship to a young man in Pa. (maybe the only one, not sure?). That young man has now bought and taken over his family farm and is introducing the 10th generation to agriculture there, as well as serving as one of 4 ag teachers in the local high school. Jonathan does most of the shop classes (welding and engines), as well as over sees the cattle project animals. I also will always be appreciative of your sharing the Indianapolis Colts mission statement, as I have used it as a template for our personal and farm mission statement. It usually get rave reviews from those who read it. I tell everyone I just copied someone elses ideas. Thanks again, and God's belssing on your life and may He give you a blessed retirement. Karl M. Hess Conestoga, Pa. 17516

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