Jesse Winters
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Jesse Winters

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12 years · 11 months · 8 days
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46906154
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58374327
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Born at the home of my Grandparents located in Deckers Hollow, Tyrone, Pa. Then returning to my parents home in Birmingham, PA just a mile from our first home that was located some distance from the village. You may find it interesting to learn that our first home was a log cabin with the bedroom/living room and the kitchen in the other room. The man that owned the cabin had to move because of his job and my dad rented the home for $5.00 a month. (yes 5 dollars)… Dad moved us to a small home next to my grandparents back in Decker Hollow. My early years was filled with sickness, you name it I had it.
Then in 1955 my dad moved us to South Lyon, MI where he worked for and retired from the City.

Served with the USMC Stationed at Camp Pendleton Calif as a horse handler for a Korean mare by the name of Reckless fame for caring ammo on the front line duing the Korean war,

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I then trained in San Diageo as a photographer then left the Reg.HQ 5th Marines and became part of India Company 3rd bat. 9th Marines 3rd Marine Div.and traveled all over South East Asia - Thailand. When I returned to the states I found work with the General Motors Proving Ground - Milford, Michigan as a Test Driver.

Over the years I worked with Police and Sheriff Departments as a Police Lt. CSI Forensic Photographer and later as an Ultrasonic Operator.

Cherished memories will never fade, because one loved is gone. Those we love can never be, more than a thought apart, for as long as there is a memory, they live with in our heart.

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