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May 10, 2008

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ray valliere sr

THANK YOU PERRY FOR FORWARDING ME THAT WONDERFUL STORY ABOUT YOUR MOM. IT IS TRULY PRICELESS.

AND I MUST ALSO ADD THAT YOU HAVE SUCH A WONDERFUL WAY WITH WORDS, NOW IF YOU COULD HAVE THE SAME WAY WITH YOUR UMPIRING

YOU TRULYAE A "ONE OF A KIND" PERSON AND PLEASE NEVER CHANGE.

lOVE TO ALL, THE CHIEF, RAY VALLIERE SR.

david amram

dear perry

what a beautiful story!!

A classic!

thank you for shring this wonderful messsge with the world. you are s fine as qruter as you are a singer/song writer and baseball as well as the rest of the world is lucky to have you

Big hugs from your oldest senior-bopper fan

David Amram

Beverly Salter

Perry: thanks so much for the beautiful story of your mother and your life. It was very inspiring, and you have lots to be thankful for. Not everyone has special moms or events in their lives. Thanks for sharing. Don't know when I will be back in NYC (didn't make it this mother's day), but we will definitely have to find the time to get together. Bill and I think of you often. Judson asks about you, as well. Love to you all the way from Texas....Bill & Bev Salter

New York Apartments

Great story, Perry, and I'm sure it took a considerable amount of thought to get this out in lieu of the circumstances. I also like your self-description as an "itinerant troubadour."... thanks for sharing it on fb, again! E

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