Roland Potter: Injured in Vietnam
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Roland passed away suddenly on February 14th 2015.
He was a part of the southern Humboldt community for over 40 years.He served in Vietnam at 17 and was badly injured at 19 in the war.
He was an accomplished builder, accountant, fly fisherman, Benchrest National champion, and a great friend and advisor to many people.
He was accomplished at playing guitar, and had hobbies too numerous to mention.
He loved people. He loved helping people. He had friends all over the country.
He loved his sons, grandson, and adored his wife, Roseann who has never recovered from losing him.
Almost 4 years, he will never ever be forgotten. There are many who still mourn him.