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Remembering my best Hunting Partner MY DAD, WWII Vet, Mason, Hunter, Fisherman


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I was sitting here going over all the topics posted and there were so many unrelated to hunting, I got bored and starting thinking about years past hunting with my father and thought I would post a picture of the last deer he harvested back around 1994 before is lost his battle to cancer.

He loved Surf Fishing and deer hunting and was my inspiration all my life. He was a ruff gruff mason who took no shit from no one. He loved to play cards and shoot crap but most of all he loved his sons and grandsons, we were a family of all men until some girls were born to our children.

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5 minutes ago, JD48 said:

my father was a mason also , tough bunch of guys , worked hard, played hard ,  just soon knock you out as look at you

I think Pop was in Local 9 North Jersey

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43 minutes ago, bushden said:

I think Pop was in Local 9 North Jersey

my father was in a local in north jersey also ( bergen county ) not sure of local # , may have been the same as your dads

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4 hours ago, bushden said:

I was sitting here going over all the topics posted and there were so many unrelated to hunting, I got bored and starting thinking about years past hunting with my father and thought I would post a picture of the last deer he harvested back around 1994 before is lost his battle to cancer.

He loved Surf Fishing and deer hunting and was my inspiration all my life. He was a ruff gruff mason who took no shit from no one. He loved to play cards and shoot crap but most of all he loved his sons and grandsons, we were a family of all men until some girls were born to our children.

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When such men move on to their rewards, the world becomes a bit darker and a little interesting. 

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2 hours ago, OldMenRule said:

When such men move on to their rewards, the world becomes a bit darker and a little interesting. 

He died in 1999 and I think of him every day. In everything I ever did in life I measured my success by what I thought he would say about it. He was a good man.

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3 hours ago, Lphunsjr said:

My friends Dad just passed,,,,WWII vet as well. Take a look at the documentary his son just did about him. Really great watch. A great sole he was

 

 

Pretty nice tribute!

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