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    Hi, I am John's friend, Marc. I am new to archery and excited to learn and improve. My username Gooddoggus (Good dog Gus) is derived from my first seizure alert dog, Gus. Gus was an amazing dog that taught me that such a resource as a seizure alert dog existed. He was a...
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    This afternoon I gave Marc his new archery gear, and some initial tips on how to use it. He was all smiles, and did well in his first shooting session. (I'm not sure why the image below insists on being sideways.... thoughts anyone? It's getting late and I'll try to straighten it out...
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    Marc Lauver's Birthday is today. I doubt that he will read this because he does not get online as much these days. Many of you know that Marc recently lost his wife to a cancer that neither knew she had until months before her death. They had been married better than 40 years. He expects to see...
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    I talked with Marc a little tonight. When they discovered his wife's cancer it was very advanced. When I spoke with her two weeks ago, she was in good spirits - just starting Chemo. Her kidneys ultimately failed and everything happened pretty quickly but not so quickly that she and Marc...
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    Marc got his heart fixed up, seems like the stints (stents?) did the job and no extra damage. His wife picked him up from the hospital and he drove her straight to the ER because she was retaining water to the extent that she was having some difficulty breathing. She has now been there a week...
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    My friend Marc (PAW) of Penn Archery Works is having some heart issues. He is going to miss ATAR because the doctors are doing a heart catheter on June 29. Marc is a good friend to me, and to many others, and one of Traditional Archery's real treasures, IMO. I'm sure he would appreciate your...
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    Marc, I hope this day finds you well! Marc is the crafter of my Penn Archery Works bow I like to talk about. This is a man who celebrated his 65th year (is that right Marc?) by taking an elk from 4 yards on the ground with his own Cameron and woodie arrows, and then packing it over the...
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