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dick ward

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PLEASE REMEMBER THESE MEN AND THEIR FAMILIES.  

Six years ago they lost their lives protecting others by fighting the Yarnell hill fire.  Chris Gholson, AZO/Minelab donated a detector and organized a raffle to benefit the families.  I thank him and all those who contributed. 

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Hi Dick,

It's hard to believe that six years has already gone by. Such a sad day for Arizona and our country. It was amazing how everyone came together to offer their support to the department and the community of Yarnell. I was blown away that in such a short time, AZO was able to collect donations amounting to over $11,000 for the families of the victims. The day my father and I dropped off the check to the fire chief was certainly an emotional one. A huge thanks again to all those that contributed money, their time as a volunteer, or both. The generosity of our friends and forum family never ceases to amaze me. 

I have yet to make that hike, but it is on my list of to-do's this winter. Thanks for the post.

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