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Former L-744 BM-ST receives 65- and 70-year pins

RETIRED L-744 (CLEVELAND) BM-ST Louis Jewell recently received his 65- and 70-year pins at his residence in Cape Coral, Florida. Brother Jewell is a World War II veteran who was initiated into the Brotherhood August 19, 1948. He served as BM-ST from 1976 until his retirement in 1986. Jewell’s older brothers, Robert and Paul, were also Boilermakers as were nephews Paul and Jamie.

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Published on the Web: October 22, 2018

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