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Suzae Chevalier

Rookie - 54 Points (04-18-1966 / Elizabeth New Jersey)

Yogi From Trinindad


Yogi is Frankie's nickname, he will be turning 69
Yogi is from Trinidad and lives an interesting life.
Now Yogi betted on Yogi the race horse
that is how he got his nick name
all his friend's call him that at the fun card games.
Living in Trinidad for almost all of his life
a lot of people liked him including his wife.
Then of course don't forget Yogi too
he was a thorough breed through and through.
Then Yogi went to the U S of A
he went with his wife to NYC
and is in Florida till this day.
Yogi has a daughter named Roxanne
she has a son named Carson who is very grand.
Yogi travels on cruise ships and flies on a plane
he visits the Bahamas, St Petersburg but not on a train.
Yogi lived in Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx
that is where he lived with his Aunt.
Suzae Chevalier wishes Yogi a 'Very Happy Birthday! '
Yogi's birthday is on Saturday, December Eighth.

Submitted: Thursday, December 06, 2012
Edited: Friday, December 07, 2012

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Written by Suzae Chevalier on December 6,2012

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