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Donaldson, wife Anna, daughter Michelle and son David.

From the article: Flashings
Issue: December 2005



About 200 yards (183 m) from the coast in Ocean Springs, Miss., this structure was damaged significantly by storm surge. The single-ply roof system fared well considering this structure is located where the hurricane's wind speeds were some of the highest.

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From the article: Hurricane Katrina: observations from the field
Issue: December 2005



This house in Picayune, Miss., is about 25 miles (40 km) north of the coast. The newer three-tab asphalt shingles lost a number of tabs along their butt edges.

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From the article: Hurricane Katrina: observations from the field
Issue: December 2005



Located only 3 miles to 4 miles (5 km to 6 km) from St. Louis Bay, this house experienced water surge damage. It also experienced some of the highest winds because of its proximity to the coast where Katrina made landfall as a Category 3 hurricane. Only a small portion of the newer asphalt shingles were blown off along the leading edge.

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From the article: Hurricane Katrina: observations from the field
Issue: December 2005



This structure in Kiln, Miss., was far enough north-about 5 miles (8 km) north of St. Louis Bay-to avoid storm surge. The metal panel roof fared well; however, the gable-end wall did not.

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From the article: Hurricane Katrina: observations from the field
Issue: December 2005



This house in Plantation Oaks subdivision, east of Picayune, Miss., is about 25 miles (40 km) north of the coast along Route 43. The newer laminated asphalt shingles fared well. The gable-end siding did not. The gutter along the west edge of the carport was damaged during the hurricane.

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From the article: Hurricane Katrina: observations from the field
Issue: December 2005



Buckeye Lake Yacht Club, Buckeye Lake, Ohio

From the article: Smooth sailing
Issue: December 2005



NRCA members enter the Eisenhower Executive Office Building for a White House Briefing.

From the article: NRCA Resources
Issue: December 2005



NRCA members from Illinois meet with an assistant to Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.).

From the article: NRCA Resources
Issue: December 2005


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