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February 01, 2013 - 03:52 PM --- R_H_ONeill-0570554.php
Kathy M. Conn
, Williamson W.V.
KathyandJason94@hotmail.com

  My father Carl Mathis worked on the R.H.O'Neill for 25 to 30 years!!! He worked on the Ohio River for 90 days then home for 10 then back on the river he went.
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January 27, 2013 - 02:46 AM --- Lemont_Trader-0559046.php
Chad Smith
, TT237 LMR

  Nice site !!!
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January 19, 2013 - 07:25 PM --- Emilee_Alexis-0518267.php
Norman Stephens
, Floyds Knobs, Indiana
nstephens1959@gmail.com

  My grandfather and two uncle's worked all there lives on the river. I found pictures of the boats that were named after them on your website. Thank you very much!
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January 12, 2013 - 11:43 PM --- Loni-Jo-0506313.php
Tony Hempel
, Joelton,Tn.
tonyhempel@aol.com

  Thanks so much for the picture of the Loni-Jo.I loved crossing the Ohio at cave in rock when i worked at Mcdonnell-Douglas in St.Louis.She was the Candy H then(1967-68).Is she still in service here?From St.Louis To Nashville via Cave in rock.A beautiful ride.I'd love to take it one more time before i die.Thanks again,Tony.
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January 01, 2013 - 03:17 PM --- Cincinnati-1126162.php
David Peterson
,
dpete5561@gmail.com

  New Years Day 1/1/2103.
Marathon Petroleum Cos. towboat "Cincinatti" just passed mile marker 535 north of Watts Bar Dam on the Tennessee River.
One of the joys of living on the Tennessee River is watching and photographing the passing vessels.
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December 15, 2012 - 06:37 PM --- The_Towboat_Gallery.php
randell adams
, alabama
randelladams62@yahoo.com

  i been working on the river 15years as a chief engineer its good to see a lot of the old boats that i rode over the years i never thought i would see some of them again i currently ride the c b ford for choctaw transportation keep up the good work and thanks for the memories
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December 13, 2012 - 11:40 PM --- J_N_Philips.php
Chris Grisham
, Wichita, Kansas
hammer5312@aim.com

  The J.N. Phillips was my home for 70 days. I made two trips, the first was 40 days and the second was 30 days. We were mostly a Tramp tow, working the lower Mississippi. We did one trip up the Ohio as far as Cinncinati, and one trip up the Illinois. I have to admit the Ohio river valley was an awesome trip. I met some really awesome and very interesting people and it will always have a place in my heart. Especially for being "a Flatlander from Kansas". R.I.P. Capt'n Elmer.
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December 06, 2012 - 02:01 PM --- The_Towboat_Gallery.php
Phil Betts
, Mpls, Minn
philip.c.betts@rrd.com

  Great site. Love looking at the boats. I worked on the RH Huffman in the mid seventies. Looking pretty bad here. I see the photo credit was 'Michael Herschler'. Is there any way to get contact info on any of the contributors?

Thanks Again for the great site. Phil
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December 05, 2012 - 03:43 AM --- The_Towboat_Gallery.php
Mitch Chase
, Decatur, Alabama
mchase@decaturdaily.com

  Great space! I found three of the boats I worked on in the early 1970s on the lower Mississippi and Intercoastal canal during the 1970s, including the M/V Bun Chotin, my first boat. Also my first boat for National Marine Service, M/V National Crest, and the M/V Geismar, when it was new and being run by Capitol Marine Service in Baton Rouge. Thanks!
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November 27, 2012 - 01:11 PM --- Dennis_Ross.php
Emily Dills
, Knoxville Tennessee
emily.dills@knoxmpc.org

  Just watched the Dennis Ross cruise by my office window going up the river here in downtown Knoxville TN.
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