Pat McGrath-Avery

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Reply Joe
6:29 AM on April 29, 2014 
enjoying your photos Pat
Reply [email protected]
4:49 PM on January 5, 2014 
Cheryl Dietrich says...
Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your piece on Sister Eugenie in MWSA's anthology, Our Voices. It was very touching. Thanks.


Thanks, Cheryl. I've wanted to share her story since it was first shared with me. There were a number of civilians in the Tiger Death March (Korea, 1950). Shorty Estabrook, one of the American POWs, always wanted their stories written.
Reply Cheryl Dietrich
9:40 AM on November 24, 2013 
Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your piece on Sister Eugenie in MWSA's anthology, Our Voices. It was very touching. Thanks.
Reply [email protected]
6:22 PM on January 16, 2012 
Joyce passed your information on to Walt. I would love to talk with you sometime.
Pat

Anita Valek says...
My uncle did not survive the Sunchon Tunnel Masscare. Iim Yeager and Walt Whitcomb were in the same company with him. We would like to get in contact with Jim Yeager or Walt Whitcomb, if possible.

Thank you,
Mrs. Anita Valek
Reply Anita Valek
6:58 PM on January 15, 2012 
My uncle did not survive the Sunchon Tunnel Masscare. Iim Yeager and Walt Whitcomb were in the same company with him. We would like to get in contact with Jim Yeager or Walt Whitcomb, if possible.

Thank you,
Mrs. Anita Valek
Reply [email protected]
5:30 PM on January 4, 2012 
Wiiqi says...
You have a fun concept.


Thanks! We're having fun!
Reply Wiiqi
3:46 AM on December 24, 2011 
You have a fun concept.
Reply Pat Avery
10:19 PM on November 1, 2011 
Yes, I'd love to post a picture of Meko all dressed up for Halloween. Maybe Luke will get the idea that it's not so bad to dress up.

Meko is a handsome little devil!