PAUL SWANSON

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  1. Roger Coveleskie

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    The trap mechanic from the old Phoenix Trap & Skeet club passed away 1-19-20.
    R.I.P. Paul Roger C.
     
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    Roger is that the Paul that was in charge of the trap boys at Phoenix ..? Hell, he is a young man ... RIP Paul ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
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    Bill, Yes that is the Paul. He was the best trained trap mechanic around. May he rest in peace. Roger C.
     
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    Sorry to hear that Roger, he was a young man wasn't he ..? He went to work on traps for those who got QRP. didn't he ..? WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
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    He traveled all over the eastern part of the country maintaining and repairing pat traps and all other makes. He was very good at his job. Roger C.
     
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    Bill, Paul was 64 years old. Never smoked or drank, he died from cancer. Maybe from his military time, he was in the Marine corps. The world lost a good man. Roger C.
     

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