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Largent 1 Michael Largent Mr. Boyt Advanced Writing 22 August 2008 A Great Life Michael L. Largent, 134, of Las Vegas, Nevada, born March 26, 1991, in Belleville Illinois, died as the oldest man in the world at his mansion Saturday, July 7, 2125. Mr. Largent spent most of his childhood learning to play various percussion instruments and playing his favorite sport disc golf. During high school he narrowed his instrument choice to the marching snare drum and eventually marched drum corps with the world class Cavaliers. After graduation he attended Parks College at Saint Louis University where he excelled in his composition classes due to the outstanding teachings of Mr. Boyt. He then graduated at the top of his class and received his degree in Flight Science and Airport Management. With his degree Mr. Largent
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Unformatted text preview: became a flight instructor and eventually was hired to fly 777s as a captain for Southwest Airlines. Upon retiring, Mr. Largent and his wife moved from Belleville to Las Vegas where they lived in his mansion along the Vegas Strip. During his time there, Mr. Largent operated his own airport for small jets, flight instruction, and experimental aircraft operated by the EAA. His hobbies included writing drill for his alma mater, the Belleville East Marching Lancers, and designing his own line of award winning disc golf equipment. He was preceded by his wife who died of natural causes in their Las Vegas Mansion at the age of 100. He is survived by his son, Michael Largent Jr., and his daughter Michaela Largent. His generosity and exuberance will be missed by all who knew him....
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2010 for the course HET 489 taught by Professor Zhenwei during the Three '08 term at Swinburne.

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