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The Tyler Tribute, Thursday, February 27, 2003 - Page I Taylor Maranell Stationed Overseas In Kuwait With Marine Corps Taylor Maranell, son of Blaine and Cheryl Maranell of rural Tyler, is stationed with the U.S. Marine Corps in Kuwait. Maranell&apos;s address is: Cpl Maranell, Taylor H. USMC RCT-7 A-Co. 3rd LAR BN 3rd Pit UIC 39851 FPO/AP 96426-9851 His mother Cheryl, said he would love to get mail, but that this address must be written exactly correct, or it won't get to him. His unit is in Kuwait as part of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Bri- gade (1 st MEB). Taylor is a Vehicle commander ofa LAV (Light Armored Vehicle). The LAV is the small tank used by the LAR (Light Armored Recon). Each LAV carries one commander, one gunner, one driver, two scouts (positioned in the rear of the tank) and one medic. Their job is to search and gather info and plot coordinates sent back to support personnel. The coordinates are needed if there is war for pin-pointing targets. The LAV is lightly armed. Their best defense in conflict is their speed and maneuverability. Most of the U.S. military are stationed at various bases that have been set up in Kuwait, said Cheryl Maranell. Many of these bases are equipped with internet and phone access, although they vait in line for hours to make a 10 minute call. At present Taylor's Battalion is not allowed to call his parents for se- curity reasons. Thanks to a trained Security Contact Person his par- ents are able to receive reports of his safety, health and needs or want lists. The top want is mail, letters from home. "Whether you know him well or just from this article, they love to hear from home," said his mother. She notes a thank you to Mrs. Petersen and Mrs. Smidt's elementary classes for the letters CPL. TAYLOR MARANELL they have sent to him. "The uncer- tainty of what they face makes it very important to hear from those that are thinking and praying for them," Cheryl Maranell said. "Please keep the cards, letters and packages going. They only receive mail every two weeks, but report it is the most important thing they look forward to. They do thank you for your support," she said. Taylor's BN is mobile so they need to travel light which means no storage space. Keep packages shoe box size or smaller, Cheryl said. Examples of things to include: beef jerky, jerky chew, chap stick, baby or personal wipes (un- scented), eyedrops, Q-tips, Snick- ers, socks or call 247-5849 for a more extensive list. Not having a base also means no showers or hot meals. They live on MRE's (Meals Ready to Eat), packaged meals and wash out of a gallon pail of water once a week ifthey'rc able. Socks become more disposable than washable. If you would like more information or updates please call Cheryl at 247-5849 or e-mail "Thanks for all your support," she added. Major Patrick L. Kiingler with his father, Dr. Richard Klingler. Maj. Patrick Klingler Deployed Maj. Patrick L. Klingler along with over 200 other troops, and a fleet of B-I bombers from the 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Wing from Dyess Air Force Base in Texas were deployed yesterday to Guam. Maj. Klingler has been flying B- 1 Bombers for most of his career since graduating from pilot train- ing program in 1992. He was sta- tioned at EIIsworth Air Force Base for four years, one year in South Korea, four years at Columbus Air Force Base in Columbus, MI where he was a T-38 jet instructor pilot, and is now stationed at Dyess Air Force Base in Abilene, TX. Pat is married to Kristin Klingler of Alabama and together they have two children: Patrick 6, and Hannah 4. His parents are Dr. Richard (who is also deployed), and Mrs. Norma Klingler of Tyler. MarY's Corner Cuts Is Cuttin'-In To crapbooling upplies( Come on in and check out my retail supplies. Froth scra paper to cutters and templates...I have a lOt of scrapbool<ers on goodies to help you get ur maY( Bring In This AO and Tjec":' ,'i 2o% Off AnY Rail Purch' lair or .Crapbool products I am also interested in having " scrapbool parties. Please Feel Cree I tO leave your natne and address i I You are interested. Thank you. j Yes, I am open evenings and aturdays. If the light's on, just come on in, or Call 507-247-5730 Mary's Corner Cuts 203 Maple t. Tyler, MN Chandler Appointed New Financial Representative For Northwestern Mutual Thomas A. Chandler has been appointed Financial Representative by Northwestern Mutual in Marshall. As Financial Representative, Chandler will join a network of spe- cialists offering a wide array of products including life insurance, disability income insurance and annuities. He will provide expert guidance and innovative solutions for a variety of financial needs and goals. Before joining Northwestern Mutual Financial Network, Chan- dler was employed with Wells Fargo in Mankato. Chandler is a native of Balaton. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree from Mankato State Uni- versity in December, 2002. Currently, Chandler is an active member of the Balaton Fire Depart- ment and the National Guard. He resides in rural Balaton with his wife, Alecia. Northwestern Mutual Financial Network of Marshall serves the southwestern Minnesota area. Northwestern Mutual Financial Network, the marketing name for the sales and distribution arm of Northwestern Mutual, provides expert guidance on insurance, in- vestment products and services, retirement and estate planning, edu- i}ation funding and ep ben- efits. The Network has 7,800 fi- nancial representatives and more than 350 offices across the coun- try. It is consistently ranked one of the "Best Sales Forces" in its in- dustry in Sales and Marketing Management magazine surveys. Northwestern Mutual, the nation's largest direct provider of individual life insurance according to A.M. Best, has always received the highest possible ratings for fi- nancial strength from Standard & Poor's, Moody's, Fitch, and A.M. Best. In addition to life insurance, the company, its subsidiaries and affiliates are also providers of an- nuities, mutual funds, long-term care insurance and disability income insurance. These products and ser- vices are distributed through the Northwestern Mutual Financial Network and its 7,800 financial representatives. Solberg Named Section 7AA Athletic Activities Director Of The Year Mark Solberg from Cambridge, MN was named Section 7AA Ath- letic Activities Director of the Year. He is in his fourth year as Cam- bridge lsanti's Athletic Activities Director. Prior to that Solberg was head football coach and teacher at Cambridge Isanti High School. Solberg is the son of Pastor Cy and Betty Jo Solberg of Tyler, and a 1976 Tyler High School gradu- ate. Area News Relay For Life Teams Can Get Teams should be getting orga- nized for this summer's Relay For Life of the American Cancer Soci- ety. The Lincoln County event will be held Friday and Saturday, July 18 and 19 at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds in Tyler There will be a team captains meeting Thursday, March 13, 7:30 p.m. at the Lake Benton Legion Hall. A main committee meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Any team wanting mation may contact Janis Lake Benton, 368-4328 or and Diane Karlstad,, Lynd, 4671. Donna Landsman, 368-9429 is chairman Chris Clarke, Ivanhoe co-chair. Southern Minnesota Tourism Association Met February 19 and by Sherry Johnson The Southern Minnesota Tour- ism Association met February 19 and 20 at the Archer House in Northfield, MN. The members of the 39-cunty board approved the minutes and financial reports. The manager of the Southern Minne- sota Region reported on the 2002 and 2003 partnerships. The Winter deadline is May 1st. The Travel Institute is April 28-30 in St. Cloud. Members are asked to keep the e- mail address list up to date. If2003 statewide guides and Southern guides are wanted, call the south- ern office at Mankato at 888-975- 6766. Committee reports given were from the marketing, education and government relations committees. It was at that time they were al- lowed to tell about and invite oth- ers to their area for vals and events. There is al someone new who has phi of the wind towers but has not them. This time it was C Lueck Sowden, Associate of Travel Host Magazin! Donald Westfall, Executive tor of the Northfield ciety. We also trade brochureSV those attending. Antique list themselves on the Ex nesota web site by calling t nesota Office of Tourism, at 888-975-6766. The Educ To Talk To the Media," sented by C nesota Office of Tourism. The next SMTA meetir held in Redwood Falls MaY the Community Center. 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