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Dale




Dale has been a FAN Girl for over two years. When asked about her favorite past time she replied, "target shooting with my friends at Brown's Camp."
 
Men, police officers, SWAT team, you don't want to mess with Dale. She's originally from Texas and knows how to handle a gun! As a former member of the United States Coast Guard, she listed trap shooting and golf as her favorite sports.

Although Dale likes guns, she also enjoys reading mystery and science fiction novels. Even though she is married, Dale looked for a man with a great smile and that was approachable.








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