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  1. I admit, my reason for beginning this book was because of a familial connection to Bill Cullerton. It took me by surprise, even though I knew some of Bill’s story. I liked Dobbertin’s very personal approach. He has an easy and fluid style that makes you feel like he’s sitting at your dining room table sharing amazing memories.

    Note: If you read the tablet version, please don’t let typos and grammatical errors distract you from a good read. I’m beginning to notice more and more of

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