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Neal Breitbarth

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    Posted: 06 Apr 2024 at 1:04pm
Neal was a coat-tail relative, his wife Juleen is my dad's cousin. Nice guy the few times I met him, never really knew he was an Allis guy until I saw him here.
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 March 18 2022 Neal passed after 
Neal was on here for many years when he ran a RV dealership in Fairmont MN .
He used a AC tractor and snow blower to clear his lots . When I was driving tanker I use to stop when in southern MN to have a cup of coffee with him . 
  He was active in politics here in MN and was a delegate to many Republican caucuses and conventions for both State and National offices . 
Later he was driving and delivering farm equipment doing Hot Shot trucking with a trailer and pickup . 
 Seems he built a new house for his wife Julie and then had health problems which though he was in remission flared up again . 
 He did a lot of hunting and fishing with his family along with his brewing beer as a sideline and enjoyed a cigar along with his barley pop . 
  His one daughter married a Army Chaplin  - Sargent Major in Chaplin's Corp who was stationed in DC , but now has a congregation in civilian life it Tomah Wi.

I have stayed in contact with his wife since his passing on Facebook 

Edited by Coke-in-MN - 16 Mar 2024 at 12:28am
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