Military service carried Botkin around the world, but Chillicothe is and always will be his home
There are 1 comment on the Central Ohio story from Nov 13, 2007, titled Military service carried Botkin around the world, but Chillicothe is and always will be his home. In it, Central Ohio reports that:
“I was a B-29 operations sergeant. I had a good job. I was in group headquarters”
Wenner Botkin may have been in World War II, but he doesn't consider himself a hero. via Central Ohio
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#1 Nov 28, 2007
today is ur lucky day first person to email me my stats and there username and passwords gets a free 1m added to there account and if u have a bank pin no worrie i will leave it in ur invo !!
-king_landa <-- whats his stats ??!?!?!!?
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