Tractor Fatalities

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Kingfisher
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Re: Tractor Fatalities

Postby Kingfisher » Thu Aug 17, 2017 2:50 pm

It probably happens every day...

Tragic loss of my Father (Longhorn Tannery)
I am posting this to TBH because I know some of you have had dealings with my father, Alvin Emmel through his business Longhorn Tannery. Both my brother Brian (huntinaddict) and I have been a part of the TBH community for a long time. I want to thank each and everyone of you in advance for your thoughts and prayers.

My family lost a great man yesterday, very suddenly and unexpectedly to a tragic accident. While going to rake hay at a place I'll he has been on for over 25 years he got off the tractor to open the hay field gap. He was using a tractor he has been on 100s, if not 1,000s, of times. Upon getting back on the tractor the gear lock slipped, Dad lost his balance as the tractor began to roll. Tragically he fell beneath the wheel, killing him instantly. He will be truly missed! Please say a prayer for my Mom and the rest of our family and friends.

If you are interested below are the funeral arrangements;
Rosary is on Friday 8/18 at Hubbard Funeral Home in Weimar.
Visitation 4-6:00, Rosary starting at 6:00.

Funeral on Saturday 8/19 at St. Michael Catholic Church in Weimar.
Visitation 10-11:00; Mass at 11:00.
Burial to follow at the Ijams Cemetery off FM 2434.
Lunch to follow at The Veterans Hall in Weimar.
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Re: Tractor Fatalities

Postby Son of Butch » Thu Aug 17, 2017 3:57 pm

Sudden unexpected deaths are always so shocking. My sincerest sympathy.
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Re: Tractor Fatalities

Postby True Grit Farms » Thu Aug 17, 2017 4:45 pm

We lost a local farmer last month to a farm accident. His father also died in a farm accident. And now the son - grandson is taking over the farm which is all he ever wanted to do anyway. But he was forced to go off to college to learn not to farm. It's really weird how somethings in life alter your way.
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