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    DEDICATED TO A WONDERFUL FRIEND...

    My friend, we were just mourning the tragic lost of your son, Aaron just a few evenings ago.  I am going to miss our talks about the New England Patriots.  Really going to miss seeing you.  You have left a large, aching heartbreak in this small Maine community…
    Our thoughts, prayers and condolences are with Beau and family.
    Rest in Peace.
    Gerry J. Gagnon & Aaron Gagnon
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