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    Wasn't sure where to post this.

    If any of y'all went to school in the early 70s and knew a James Haywood, or J.O., of Homer he passed away yesterday. He graduated Tech with a business degree, but spent decades in the oilfield as a chemical fluids, or mud, engineer. He was a great uncle and my family will miss him dearly.

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    Re: Wasn't sure where to post this.

    Quote Originally Posted by BoutThemDawgs View Post
    If any of y'all went to school in the early 70s and knew a James Haywood, or J.O., of Homer he passed away yesterday. He graduated Tech with a business degree, but spent decades in the oilfield as a chemical fluids, or mud, engineer. He was a great uncle and my family will miss him dearly.
    Sorry for your family’s loss.

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