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Re: LOOKING FOR THE DALGO FAMILY
      Fri Sep 02 2005 08:59 AM

****UPDATE****
We finally got through to my Uncle Jerry Dalgo's cell phone last night. He said that he and his entire family are fine. I want to thank everyone that has emailed or called me. It is reassuring to know that people really do come together and help each other when there is a crisis. May God Bless all those people that have been greatly affected by the horrible tragedy.

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