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Sadly, he died in the Vietnam War, but the bracelet now has over 50 charms, as I have added a charm every year in his memory. What an incredible legacy he leaves behind and I am blessed and fortunate to own many of his pieces that he created.I have book markers, crosses, and other bracelets, some simple in design, others elegantly adorned with gold and gemstones, but all beloved, all commemorating major chapters in my life. Avery’s appreciation of the natural world, his unique insight into faith, his love of God, and his belief in the righteousness of God and His Truth. Every charm, ring, and pendant will be even more special to me.Many years ago my mom and dad retired and moved to Kerrville.

As my daughters attended Waldemar in the 1980’s we continued to enjoy all those great charms. I would like to tell a story about a LOVE, Hope and Faith ring.It was dark and after a short search I gave up and vowed to come back the next morning. A few days later the home owner called me and said, I have your ring.it is smashed flat. The next time I was in Hill country I took it to the Kerrville store and asked if they could fix it. A few years later I lost it in Fredricksburgh on a trip to see my parents in Boerne.They said yes, of course, but we can also replace it. Even the Fredricksburgh police helped us to look for it.I had it for many years with no incidents but then my life began to fall apart, and when it did my ring went with it.The first time I lost it was on a hay ride for a Christmas party.

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