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Wow Cousin - you appear to be a very good teacher. Love the examples your students are showing. Glad this is not a lost art
Talk to you soon
Hey Tom just wanted to say hey brother it seems like the Eagle has landed I finally finished school and am running a U.S. Forest Service camp ground "on " Kentucky Lake and about to fire back up all the things I learned from you back in 2008. We don't control God's time lines some time ha ha. Just wanted to say hey and glad to see you are still helping many people out with their dreams.
That is an interesting website. I am impressed by the quality of work also.
Nice work. Get well soon
Very impressive website !
We can't wait to see you Rick!!!
Hope you can stay a while....
Tom & Dianne
Whats going on my brother, I will be in Pigeon Forge Tn.for this upcomming Christmas I may swing by and say hey.
God bless and keep having fun.Rick
Great looking site Mr. Tom. That why you are the King. ha ha I am sure you have heard of that one before.
I am totally impressed with what I saw in your Taxidermy school. The finished results of deer heads were excellent in appearance and workmanship. Geat job.
Hey my brother this is Rick how have you been I am doing great. I am at Texas Tech university still studying wildlife conservation. I just wanted to wish you a happy Easter and God blees all of you.
Looking good bro. u really do some nice work.
Hello I was given this site for contact with Tom King. My family is the Kings mostly from Coweta County, area. I have traced the Kings back to 1700's. I am currently trying to find a Tom King who's grandfather Tom King Is interred in Andrews Chapel Cemetery in Roscoe, i the King Family area f the the Cemetery.
My father's mother was a King and as the custom was to name the mother's first born son, her families surname, so my dad's name was King Tom Brown, his grandfather was Thomas Jefferson King, also buried at Andrews Cemetery. , his great grandfather was Thomas Gordon King also buried at Andrews. Would love to hear from you and who your Kings are. Also My email is [email protected]
I enjoyed your taxidermy site, very interesting and put together very well!
Boyce (this is my first name after grandmother on King side and give to females) BUT I go by Alyce as when I use Boyce everyone thinks I'm a guy... egards and blessings Alyce Hundley'
Great talking to you today Tom. I hope to be able to attend your mammal class this summer. Sound like exactly what I am looking for.
hey tom, thanks for all the help man,you have been very good to me.anyone wanting to learn taxidermy should give tom the first choice,he is very patient and has lots of advice,even after you have gone and opened up your own shop.thanks tom for everything.
It was great talking to you the other night..it's so much fun researching our ancestors. My Dad--J.C. KIng enjoyed talking with you too! Another of my cousin's is also doing research about the King Family..Her named is Dr. June King Reed. She lives in New Mexico.
I just thought I would check in and look at the new website. It is looking good!