Some of you may have already know this, but we were saddened to learn this weekend of the passing of a long-time Texas Libertarian activist and member of SLECT (State Libertarian Executive Committee of Texas, Ed Mishou.
At our meeting, the SLECT took time out of a crowed agenda to commemorate Ed and all his service to our Party and to our county. It was said “Ed loved Liberty, he loved his country and he loved its Constitution.” For any Libertarian there aren’t many praises that could be better.
Retired USAF Colonel Edward Clark Mishou departed on his final flight on June 22, 2014. While serving our country, he earned many medals and honors including the highly esteemed Distinguished Flying Cross.
After his dedicated service in the Air Force, Colonel Mishou moved to Brownsville where he loved the sub tropic climate of the valley. He also loved and was actively involved in several local organizations, including The Commemorative Air Force, Air Force Association, Quiet Birdmen, and had been a candidate for U.S. Congress for District 27 in 2010.”
For those interested the family has requested donations:
Wounded Warriors Project
P.O. Box 758517
Topeka, KS 66675