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  • 47 years and a rejected marriage proposal could not keep them apart

    In 1970, Tom Tate's life changed. He and his high school sweet heart, Susan Supernaw parted. He had proposed and she said, no. Tate was heart broken. A phone call from Supernaw years later would rekindle a relationship that would reunite Tommy and Susie.