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ED AXTHELM

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massey333

10-27-2013 14:45:49




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Does anyone know what was done with his yard?Junked or someone try to keep it open.Spent 3-4 hrs.talking Case pulling engines a month or two before he died.Bought or traded a lot of idems over the years,but haven't been in the area much lately.Any help is more then welcome.Thank you.




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oleclint

10-31-2013 08:56:15




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 Re: ED AXTHELM in reply to massey333, 10-27-2013 14:45:49  
I was out of town & missed this till now. Yes ,that is is rite about how Ed got his nickname . After that first"blessing" he did bless different Case things for guys, all in fun. I met Ed in the early 80 s , we did lots of talking on the ph over the yrs.Was to his place a few times. Sometimes he mentioned his salvage yd as "The orchard" We all miss him greatly. clint



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Don L.

10-27-2013 15:43:21




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 Re: ED AXTHELM in reply to massey333, 10-27-2013 14:45:49  
Call his son JON @ 740 360 0946. I miss ole ED. "The Preacher" as a nick name goes. { Clint from OK ,please remind us how that got going again]
Don L.



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Tubacase47

10-27-2013 18:44:05




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 Re: ED AXTHELM in reply to Don L., 10-27-2013 15:43:21  
In an early issue of "Old Abe's News" there is a photo of Ed, Dave Erb, and Ray Hoffman. Ray and Dave had just completed a deal on a crossmotor and the caption was buyer, seller, and the preacher who blessed the deal, hence Ed's nickname.



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Don L.

10-30-2013 06:29:14




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 Re: ED AXTHELM in reply to Tubacase47, 10-27-2013 18:44:05  
Thanks !!!
Don L.



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Case gray 1

10-27-2013 15:39:11




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 Re: ED AXTHELM in reply to massey333, 10-27-2013 14:45:49  
Ed's son is running it now



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massey333

10-28-2013 06:31:10




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 Re: ED AXTHELM in reply to Case gray 1, 10-27-2013 15:39:11  
Thank you everyone,I miss Ed.,just talking with and comparing notes,but never followed up after with anything after his death.Again thank you.



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