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KEEPING IN TOUCH

In November 2008, Jim McFarland wrote an article entitle, "If I Could Just Turn Back the Clock..."  In it, he wrote such kind things about my father, Earl Parker, and about his antics at the race tracks - the last paragraph he wrote stated that after repeated attempts to contact Earl he was unable to do so. 

Jim, my father is 83, alive and well (sharp as a tack), and very healthy and still stays very busy with this and that.

Please rest assured, my father is still the same man, a bit older, but again the same man and he is my hero for many things he has done and continues to do without the need to be recognized for his acts of kindness he does for others every single day.

If you would like, I will be glad to provide information as to how you can reach him as he is still working on things, building boats, repairing lawn mowers, etc., anything with an engine or motor... so thank you again for the bringing back fond memories of my Daddy. He's the BEST man I know.

Kindest regards,

Tammy Parker, Earl Parker’s Daughter
North Carolina

ON ACCIDENTAL DISCOVERIES

I love it.

I am one those people that want to know how (and why) things work (especially racing engines). Great article.

Bry Schmidt
Fresno, California

This letter is in response to this Jim McFarland column.

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