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(2)C Mr. Lyles sold Ted the business, but said he wouldn"t untill Ted married Patricia.
Ted's father was supposed to know about the property being bought
listed in #1.
didn't want Ted to take a second job because they wern't lacking any
(5)E Ted had carried a gun on a Church ski trip and it had upset Patricia.
Ted had taken out a life Insurance policy on Patricia and she didn't
think that they needed it and didn't tell her he was doing it. She
found out when the ins. agent called her.
The above statements were either told to her by Patricia or other
APatricia and I double dated with Kristy a few times. I'm sure she said more than just this. (I would hope something positive) Patricia and she worked side by side in the office.
BRobert Tidwell is now handycap. For the second time he has servived a DWI wreck. Both times his brain swelled. This time causeing brain damage. #1 is refering to a time in which a guy comes in saying he's got a deal a circuit city. Claims he's a driver and there was an over shipment. The guy said it was legal and I would get a receit. I couldn't leave the office so I sent 'Robert (normal at the time- I thault?) I made it clear to Robert not to give the guy the money, to pay for the things himself and if it was a scam walk off and come back. I made it clear, "no receit, no money," and check the boxes to make sure it wasn't bricks. When the two arrived at circuit city Robert gave the guy the money to go in and pay while he back the truck up to the loading dock. Robert went into the store, the guy was gone. "Stupid" I fired Robert.
CGary Lyles never told me this and claims he didn't
DDad came in while Robert was gone and I told him about what was going on.
EIt was in the glove box and I had forgotten to take it out. It wasn't a big deal, we usually had one there.
FSandra McNeil-the same person page 29
GAfter our talk and discussion about all we owed and the thault of having a child, she thault otherwise.
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