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Richard Edward Rawson

Dick Rawson died March 20, 2018 in Pennrose, North Carolina. Born July 29, 1937, he was 80 years old.

He was a graduate of Plainfield High School, class of 1955. He attended the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

He is survived by his wife, Evelyn Rawson, and three children: Richard, Steven, and Kara.
He is also survived by his brother John and his sister Carolann Pratcher, as well as 5 granddaughters.

He was a professional race boat driver, an avocation he pursued throughout his life. He had also been employed as an apartment manager in Newark, Delaware until his retirement at age 72.

Dick had a wonderful sense of humor and enjoyed helping others. His passing will be mourned by many.





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I miss our dinners........




 Below is an E Model, but I do not see any guns so may be a training bird... Just a Great Airplane. Loved it....



after third test flight.... 240 MPH..  yes!!



anyone have a clue as to when and where?

I did not hear or see an answer: this was at Tommy's North Carolina hide-away.

A beautiful cabin in the woods... Great escape place.. so, maybe 2002....







When you Lose the One you Love

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 Motorcycle trip and "We had a wedding!": Friends



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Okay, Hannah upper right and Billy lower left...below





and here we have a few generations of "Johns"




How sweet it is....1948 J-3 Piper Cub

Hmmm, lets see now, 24 or 25 people: okay, got enough life jackets have we..... and just who would that be driving...?




Christmas 1958, Missouri. the pistol is a Ruger Single Six: 22 Caliber and the rifle is single shot .22



Charles, oh so many years ago...




those were the days my friend.....

we thought they'd never end....












"The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits" Albert Einstein

"When the people fear the government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty."
 Thomas Jefferson




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