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RIP Ken Schnitger

Discussion in 'Mills' started by Jiujitsustudent, May 22, 2019.

  1. Jiujitsustudent

    Jiujitsustudent Active Member

    Dec 7, 2009
    Las Vegas
    He passed a few weeks ago. He had some on going health issues that got the best of him. I think He was only 46, I'm just passing on the bad news if anyone else hadn't heard. IImet kenKabout 20 years ago when he moved to Phoenix Az from South Dakota and he talked wierd as **** to me lol. Now he running that big mill in the sky now. See ya laterz big guy