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Republican Presidential candidate, Dr. Ben Carson speaks to the media before a town hall event at Bob Jones University, Friday, Nov. 13, 2015, in Greenville, S.C. (AP Photo/Rainier Ehrhardt ... Carson told reporters in South Carolina. (WSB-TV Atlanta)
(AP Photo/Rainier Ehrhardt) View Larger Republican Presidential candidate ... which he made in Tuesday's Republican primary debate. At a campaign stop in South Carolina, Carson retorted, "I'm surprised my sources are better than theirs." (WSB-TV Atlanta)
His goal in life was to eventually own the store. Thompson had a love for animals and would often rescue and rehabilitate animals in need of help, according to his obituary. He had become an animal expert that people could come to for advice. (Patch)
grandsons, Bryan (Ashley) Britton and Daniel (Jennifer) Britton; great-grandsons, Conner, Carson, Jace, and Bryce Britton; brothers, Bob Aukerman of South Carolina, Jerry Aukerman of Lisbon, and Russell Aukerman of Massillon. He was preceded in death by ... (The Daily Record)
He is survived by his son, Jerry Steven Fowler and wife Brenda Kaye of Vass; sister, Tammy Kaye Fowler of South Carolina; brothers, Jimmy Lee Fowler of Gapway, Eddie Fowler of Aberdeen and Grayland Fowler of South Carolina; grandchildren, Brandan ... (Sanford Herald)
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