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LETTER: Quite an impact in Mitchell

To the Editor: On Oct. 18 Mitchell lost one of its finest citizens, Dan Culhane. He owned and operated Culhane's Dairy. As a child, I didn't know who he was but I sure knew his milk cartons. On the milk carton was either a 1 or a 2. I would save ...

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To the Editor:

On Oct. 18 Mitchell lost one of its finest citizens, Dan Culhane.

He owned and operated Culhane's Dairy. As a child, I didn't know who he was but I sure knew his milk cartons. On the milk carton was either a 1 or a 2. I would save them all year long for Corn Palace week and then turn in the tabs for tickets to ride on the rides.

When I became a mother, I saved the tabs for my children. If it hadn't been for Dan, there would have been a lot of sad kids.

I want to tell the Culhane family I'll bet there are a lot of people out there who remember the kindness of the Culhane family.

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Rest in peace, Dan. You are loved by kids and adults in Mitchell.

Carol Carsten

Mitchell

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