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Paul Grace will be missed

Dear Editor,
The obituary for Paul Grace was overly modest. In regard to his military service, during World War II, Paul was sent to Africa as a forward observer. He told me that he walked across Africa chasing Rommel, then was shipped to Sicily and walked to Berlin. With all this dangerous action he was never wounded but had worn out his boots.
The American forces were to stop their advance and let the Russian army take Berlin. Paul went to army supply to get new boots. They told him they had no size 17 so Paul asked what he ...

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