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      Thu Sep 01 2005 11:49 AM

I am looking for my Aunt and Uncle, Jerry and Mattie Dalgo who reside at 725 Pine Drive, Ocean Springs 39564. We have not heard from them since late Sunday evening. Also thier three sons Concil Man Jerry Dalgo of Ocean Springs, Andy Dalgo and Bobby Dalgo who owns the Crown Dodge dealership in Pasgagula (not sure if that is spelled correctly) Any word would be a comfort to my father who is very upset. His name and number is George Dalgo 410-686-7537 Mine is 410-529-8898 (Debbie).

God's blessing to all that is involved in this horrible tragedy.

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