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HAPPY BIRTHDAY GEORGE.
I was with George at Farmer's Cubfest last summer. He sure does not look or act like 70. He is a YOUNG 70 and I'm sure he will be at Bigdog's Cubfest this year. See you there you old f__t
Happy birthday George. Thanks for all your advice and help. You're admired and respected by all.
Rick (billyandmillie) old goats
It's great to receive the best wishes of so many of my friends. Thanks to you all.
My Dad is a lot older too. He is George, Senior and is 96. He doesn't mess with tractors, but when he did many years ago they were green ones.
I know of two others on the list who are older than I... one is also Bill.
The most affectionate creature in the world is a wet dog. Ambrose Bierce
Happy bithday Mr. Willer! I am one of the many who rarely post but never fail to read and learn on a daily basis from you and the many others on this site generous enough to share their knowledge.
Thankyou for the experience that can only come with age and best wishes for many more years to come.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY GEORGE WILLER!!!
Just this morning I was trying to remember where I filed your article about valve lapping. I finally found it! I don't know how many times I've thought about the things you've written that helped me out while working on all types of equipment. I wish you many happy years to come. And may God bless you!
Hi Mr. GW,
First off; HAPPY BIRTHDAY. I treasure my remembrance of meeting you
at the First Cubarama in 2001 and autographing my tractor book. Not to
mention the helpful hints you have given w/o even knowing it over these
years. I sure hope to see you there in 2005.
Here is wishing you and Ms Marlyn the best in 2005.
You know Mr. Willer, my grandfather once told me that having people come to you for help displayed two things about a man. First off it showed
that he had a wealth of knowledge and secondly that he loved helping people. You sir, demonstrate both of these fine attributes.
Happy Birthday, George!! I think of you every time I re-install my rear wheel weights--what a chore that used to be! Now I impress the neighbors who think I came up with the idea. Thanks for all you've given us.....Jeff
Care and feeding of family's Ford 641 ('61)
Kubota BX 1860
I always enjoy reading your comments on this forum and look forward to your continued input for many more years. Again, Happy Birthday and all the best.
Young man for work, old man for advice
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