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Unhappy Cpt Don-L McCune has passed away

One of my dear myspace friends Pebbles du Bois wrote this:


As heartbreakng as this is to write.

Capt. Don-L McCune, founder of " Poseidon Towing & Salvage " has passed away, Leaving behind his loving wife Capt. Barrie McCune, son Capt. Lee MuCune, daughter in- law Captain Diane McCune and grand-son Mike McCune.

Capt Don-L McCune aka Pops, will be so very missed by the people who had the pleasure of working for him or with him on the water..

Peb_bles du Bois

This is the link to Capt. Don McCune myspace page.

http://www.myspace.com/CAPTDONMCCUNE








Now as all of you know, These are the guys who come and help you when you are stranded.
What I'm asking you to do is to show your support. This gentleman was only 55 y/o and his family is devastated.
Please go to my myspace page and add him as a friend on your page if you have one, and make a kind comment.
Also, If you do not have one you may want to make one.
If not I will get back in touch with whoever has compassion on this family, and wants me to.

As always,
Faithfully yours,
Brenda
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