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BLET member June Nobles, a Navy veteran, worked as locomotive engineer of the Bush funeral train

(Source: ABC News, December 6, 2018. BLET Editorís Note: June Nobles is a member of BLET Division 139 in Houston, Texas.)

HOUSTON, Texas ó Arrangements for his presidential funeral train took years of complicated planning, but one detail worked out just the way President George H.W. Bush would have wanted: the engineer and conductor are two veterans who served in the Navy just as he did. June Nobles, the trainís engineer, served nine years in the U.S. Navy. Sheís worked for Union Pacific for 15 years. Randy Kuhaneck, the trainís conductor, served eight years in the Navy and has worked at Union Pacific for 23 years.

Full story: ABC News

Friday, December 7, 2018

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