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Harold “Red Dog” Mansperger EDGETA Branch 30 - 1933-2010

Harold Mansperger passed away on Thursday, May 6 from complications following surgery.  A member of Rusty Relics since the early 90’s, he maintained the position of Safety Director since 1994 until his death.  With the exception of the first 3 days of his life and serving in Korea, he lived his entire life here in the Antelope Valley.  “Red” as he was called, was best known for his participation in the Rural Olympics at the Antelope Valley Fair.  He was a consummate story teller and was very well liked.  He is survived by his wife Leesa and 7 children.  Red will be sorely missed. 

Additional coverage about “Red Dog” can be found on the Branch 30 website.

Harold “Red Dog” Mansperger

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All EDGE&TA Membership Correspondence Should be Directed To: Carrie Jo Parmley – EDGE&TA Secretary | cjparmley2@gmail.com | 15246 Seven League Road, Tyler, TX 75703

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