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Some of them treat people the right way, go home to their wives or husbands every night and don’t prey on staff members young enough to be their children or grandchildren.
Weekends are usually spent with my children and grandchildren.
In addition to his wife, Barbara, and daughter, Angie, Osborne is survived by another daughter, Kori Blue; son-in-laws, TJ Ruberg and Jason Blue; grandchildren Kelsey, Jake and Alli Ruberg and Makenna Blue; as well as other relatives.
The second wave tends to arrive when the veterans are a gray and fading generation honored by their children and grandchildren.
Martinez sent her two children and grandchildren to live with family in Boston and plans to join them next month.
She is survived by two daughters and two grandchildren.
Because of a law against Japanese female royalty marrying commoners and keeping their position, Princess Mako, Japanese Emperor Akihito's oldest grandchild, will have to give up her title.
Sammy Saldivar attempted to rescue their parents, Manuel and Belia, and their four great-grandchildren, Devy, Dominic, Xavier, and Daisy from Hurricane Harvey's flood waters, to bring them all to his brother Ric's residence on higher ground.
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