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Francis Dietrich "Wahoo"

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Default Francis Dietrich "Wahoo"

Francis Dietrich of Ossian Indiana, otherwise known by the engine guys as "Wahoo" passed away Wed morning Feb. 27. Many of you knew him from the Portland show as he usually had his screen cooled Famous there along with other engines.
Arrangements are pending currently. The Elzey-Patterson-Rodak Home for Funerals on 6810 Old Trail Road, Fort Wayne, IN will be handling the viewing.
Here is a link for the funeral home for future info when arrangements are made on Fri..


Gonna miss the guy, he helped me learn the fundamentals of H&M engines when I was 14 and always enjoyed his Rumely tractor and good stories.
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