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Born in Indiana on May 30, 1988.  Michael David Zollinger was born on May 30, 1988 at 8:07 p.m.. Elkhart General Hospital.
May 30, 1988
Michael weighed 7 lbs and 4 ounces. and was 20 inches long delieved by Dr. Abel. At 8:07 p.m.
The day I was born
On the day I was born in my country it was Memorial Day. The President was Ronald Reagon. My dad was a mechanic and my mom worked as a part-time dietary aid in a nursing home.
first gifts
 His first vistiors in the hospital were his Grandma and Grandpa Zollinger and Grandma and Grandpa Cottrell on May 31,1988.  some of the things I got on that day. are as follows. I got Balloons, teddy bears and cards.
May 31,1988
His very first gifts were from both sets of Grandparents.
From the Zollinger side he recieved an outfit and shoes.
From the Cottrell side he recieved Ballons.
My visitiors said I looked like my mom that day.
June 1,1988
On wedsnesday June 1,1988 at 11:00 My Grandma Cottrell took my mom and me to my first home.......
June 1988
71291 County Road 123, New Paris , Indiana 46553.
how long we lived there
We lived in our first home for 21 months then we move to my great grandmothers house on the family farm on U.S. 6. Just about a mile from where I lived first.
Passed away on Wedsnesday June 09, 2004 at the age of 16. I was just being a kid. I didn't mean for this to happen and to hurt so many people. I was riding my new Dirt Bike and didn't see the guide wire coming from the telephone pole. Please I want to tell you Mike your mom bought you that to make you the happiest kid around and it did do that for 10 days. This was until that day. The black day. I am so sorry I had you come home from Brittany's house that terrible day. I love you with all of my heart and then some. You are always on my mind and in my heart.
Love Mom 
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