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She was some months shy of ธุรกิจขายตรง 60. “It just devastated the family,” said a cousin, John Marr. “The father just kind of drifted away after that. He got in his car and drove and drove.” As their father spent ever longer periods in Florida, Mr. Buckel and his brothers — once known as the Buckel brothers, as close as could be — went their separate ways. When Mr. Buckel’s father died in his 80s, the family found their old photographs ruined in the trunk of his car. Mr. Buckel changed his middle name after his mother died to Stroh, her maiden name.

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