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John Strupe

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Sinnott and Company, LLC

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Georgia State University


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Ledger-Enquirer | 08/14/2005 | Friends say John Henderson was a class clown at Pacelli but took seriously his role as a soldier

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It's this small piece of holy real estate where young Henderson bonded with buddies John Strupe, David Eversman and Brad Davenport."We've been best buds since kindergarten," said Strupe, who admitted that many at Pacelli considered him and John "the class clowns.""His best subject in school was having fun," he laughed, as other members of the Class of 2002, joined in.Even his dad, in eulogizing his son, touched on John's mischievous nature.But all seem to agree that young Henderson's life began to change when he enlisted in the Army, graduated from the Airborne School and joined the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment."It was the most positive thing he had ever done," said Strupe, now a student at Georgia State University."He wanted us to be pallbearers," Strupe said.


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