Carving Out A Memory

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Willy Loper of Grandview, who goes by "Chainsaw Willy," used a chainsaw to carve a bass fish into a tree trunk at Mary Reller's home in Holland on Friday. Reller wanted the tree in her yard to be carved into a bass fish in memory of her husband, Eddie, who died three years ago. "He fished for years," Reller said.

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