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At the age of 17 my father, John Degnan, entered the United States Air Force. He was told that if he wanted the allotted time for smoking breaks he had to be a smoker. It is my firm belief that the forty-four years of smoking that proceeded his death are what led him to his death. Many people say they would die for their families. I ask you why won’t you try to live for them instead. Stop smoking.

Below are links that can help you to stop smoking. Use them. Do not let your children grow up with out their parents. There is no greater pain than losing your parent. I ask you as a child without a father.

The American Cancer Society

New York Smoke Free


The American Lung Association

The American Heart Association

The National Cancer Institute