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Ranger Steve lives up to promise

Cedar Springs seniors were led by the Cedar Springs marching band in a Red Hawk parade on Wednesday, May 30, as eager elementary students cheered them on. Some of these seniors are students that Ranger Steve Mueller spoke to 10 years ago, and promised he’d live long enough to be at their graduation. Post photo by J. Reed.

Ranger Steve Mueller, our local expert on nature and all manner of wildlife, made a promise ten years ago to students in his wife Karen’s second grade class that he would see their graduation. The problem was that he had been diagnosed with multiple myeloma, and given only a few short years to live. But he is still here, 10 years later, and ready to make good on his promise. Those students graduate tonight, May 31. See his column here for the full story.

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