'Second Family' Supports Jailer Throu...

'Second Family' Supports Jailer Through Transplant

There are 1 comment on the Tyler Morning Telegraph story from Feb 5, 2006, titled 'Second Family' Supports Jailer Through Transplant. In it, Tyler Morning Telegraph reports that:

Tyson Oaks didn't know anyone when he moved to Quitman two years ago to work as a jailer at the Wood County jail.

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Teri Knowles

North Bonneville, WA

#1 Feb 18, 2006
I'm tyson's aunt from the dalles, oregon. it is so great to read that the people tyson work with care so much. he is so far away from his family that we're sure we know what it means to tyson to have a family away from home. i know his mom & dad are alittle at ease to know there are people in his hometown that care so much since we all live so far away. Thanks to everyone

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