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Knox Eisley Squad
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TK-Z last won the day on July 18

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About TK-Z

  • Birthday 06/11/1972

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    My dog, Vintage Star Wars collecting, writing.

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    Transfer from the Michigan Great Lakes Garrison to the Midsouth Garrison as an ANH TK Stunt. Have been in the 501st for almost two years, trooping over 70 events. Taught in Michigan for nearly 20 years, but moving to TN to be with family (who are all from MI, but relocated). Will soon be working in Building Services at Y-12 in Oak Ridge.
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  1. Welcome! I moved here from Michigan six months ago. Nice group of people! I only hope we have more troops in the Knox Eisley area. Welcome aboard
  2. The only Snowtrooper down there? There's all kinds up in the Michigan garrison. My next one will be a Biker Scout.
  3. Reason #1 for moving is my family... reasons #2-100 are winter related!
  4. Hello, new brothers and sisters of the Midsouth (is it spelled that way, or is it MidSouth?) My name is Ron Zill, and I will soon be relocating from the Great Lakes Garrison in Michigan. (I've already undergone the procedure to change my affiliation, so I am officially listed in the Midsouth as per my 501st profile). For the first 48+ years of my life, I've lived in Royal Oak, MI (Detroit area), but I will soon be moving to Knoxville (I begin my new job in early November). My ID is TK-82611, specifically as an ANH Stunt trooper. I've been in the 501st for less than two years, but trooped over 70 events during that time. I've been a teacher for nearly 20 years, but I am moving on to a new career at the Y-12 complex in Oak Ridge, working in Building Services. I've visited TN many times, as my best friend has lived here for a long time, my sister and her family for a shorter time, as well as my mother moving here after the passing of my father about 10 years ago. It's time for me to leave MI, and make Tennessee my new home. I can't say I will miss the winters! I have no family of my own, but I am one of those people whose dog is like my child. Once the pandemic is over, I look forward to trooping regularly again, and getting to know you in person. Thanks, and May the Force Be With You.