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December 07, 2007

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American Death Fat

Those jackets the boys are wearing are really somthing special.

Wow! They are competent! Super, super job, fellas...and lady.

Wow! They sure are competent! Super job, fellas...and lady.

John Vinson

I had the time of my life back in 1963 playing for a summer at Lake Shafer, Indiana (Indiana Beach) with Dick and Libby's Big Band. I was 19 years old and fresh out of high school. I played 3rd tenor with them and they treated me like one of the "real" musicians at the time. Wonderful people. I'm so sorry to hear about Dick's fight with Alzheimer's especially since I lost my dad in '89 to that terrible disease. Thanks, Lib. You guys helped me grow up that summer.

Patti Roaten (nee Halleman)

Dick Halleman is my uncle...My father is Fred Halleman, his brother. My family, unfortunately, was not close but I remember Uncle Dick and his wife Libby. We did see them a few times, being that I was born and raised in Phoenix, AZ. It's a real treat to see that they are remembered!

Richard Mills

Back in the late 50s and early 60s my wife and I enjoyed Dick and Libby's performances at the Fanmarker Officer's club, Chanute Air Force Base. Later after we moved to Tucson we listened again at the Mountain Shadows on a visit to Phoenix. Ilost my wife to alzheimers in 2005.

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