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Bob Kingsbury served his country well & was true gentleman

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To The Daily Sun,

I can't remember anything on which Bob Kingsbury and I ever agreed. Bob, however, was always a gentleman. He served his country honorably and bravely as an officer in the Army of the United States. He participated actively in the life of his community. Although some of us did not think it wise that a person with his views should serve in public office, he didn't just sit around and complain, he voiced his views openly and honestly.

Bob Kingsbury will be remembered by a lot of people for a lot of things. Actually, that's something to which we all should aspire.

Rest in Peace, Bob.

Rep. David O. Huot