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Hospices in the Amarillo, Texas[edit]

Hi, you have contributed greatly in the Amarillo, Texas articles. All your contributions such as the railroad and military are great and easily verifiable. However one of your recent sentences, I'm having trouble verifying.

The BSA facility, opened in the early 1980s, was the first hospice in the state of Texas.

Are you sure is just the first in the Texas panhandle region? Because the Visiting Nurse Association of Texas in Dallas is claiming that it was the first hospice in the state of Texas.[1] Not going to delete your sentence. I will just place a {{fact}} ("citation needed") after that sentence. If you're going just to correct, just delete the {{fact}} tag after you're done. If you have a source but you don't know how the reference system works, just go to my discussion tab and paste the URL. Anyways, thanks for the contributions. :-) --Who What Where Nguyen Why 14:56, 15 May 2006 (UTC)

George H. O'Brien, Jr.[edit]

Per your request on the USMC portal, I created the article on Medal of Honor recipient George H. O'Brien, Jr.. (He was on my list those missing articles, but it would have been awhile until I got to his name.) If you have any additional sources/information/photos you could add, please do. I tried to find more information/photos. Photos that I found would not qualify for uploading (public domain and such). (Thanks for fixing the typos.) —ERcheck @ 23:05, 4 June 2006 (UTC)

Hi, Tx207. You might want to take a look at Talk:List of Texas Tech University people. It turns out that O'Brien was already on the alumni list, so I removed the addition that you made, but kept your expanded description. Feel free to move his listing if you feel it's appropriate. Cheers, Lbbzman 13:46, 10 June 2006 (UTC)

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