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REMEMBERING A FELLOW RED COAT: Assoc. recalls DeMoney's involvement

June 28, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Traditionally the Old Settlers Association Past Presidents don red coats and gather for an annual dinner that starts off the five-day festival, which concludes tonight.

During the invitation-only dinner, past presidents swap stories, relive memories and remember those past presidents who have passed away.

At this year’s dinner, held Tuesday at Eagle’s Nest Event Center, Red Coats took time to remember Robert “Bob” J. DeMoney who passed away July 29, 2013.

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