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Veteran's Banners: PFC Michael Callison

2022-06-22 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Patricia Wheeler.
Patricia Wheeler writes, “I want to say thanks for putting Veterans pictures around Columbia - on my morning walk I have looked For Mike Callison’s picture. There it was right in front me. In life that the way it is, sometimes we're looking for something and it's right in front of us #Morning Walk #Healing Broken Heart #DaddyGirl #KimCarter."

PFC Michael Callison served in the Army in Vietnam during the late 1970s and had health issues related to the herbicide, Agent Orange. His brother, David Callison served in Virginia during the Vietnam war and now resides in Louisville. Michael grew up on Holmes Bend Road with his father, Horace Callison, and mother, Elizabeth. After the war, he lived in Macon, GA until his death in 2020. He is survived by his first wife, Connie Wheeler; his daughter, Stephanie Kimberly Carter; his second wife, Jean Holt; and his son, Steven Callison.

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