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    Regular Member celticredneck's Avatar
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    Lost a Friend in the Aug 5th Pennsylvania shooting.

    I just found out today that a friend of mine was the supervisor who was killed in that shooting. When the shooting started, Dave, my friend, grabbed the woman in front of him, pushed her to the floor and protected her with his body. He was shot twice in the back as he covered her.
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    Lost a Friend in the Aug 5th Pennsylvania shooting.

    Ill keep his family in my prayers and I hope the lady knows what a unselfish sacrifice he made.


    -Matt of Hillsboro OR-

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    May God bless him and keep him always in our hearts.

    John 15:13

    Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.
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    My sympathy to you and your friends family!

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    Sorry for your loss.

    For a refresher (I needed one) here's an article published shortly after the fact with most of the details filled in:

    http://cnsnews.com/news/article/pa-m...-stole-my-home

    TFred

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    A hero is an ordinary man in extraordinary circumstances; best wishes for the hero's family.

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