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BAHAWALPUR, Pakistan (AP) \u2014 An overturned oil tanker burst into flames in Pakistan on Sunday, killing 148 people who had rushed to the scene of the highway accident to gather leaking fuel, an official said.

The death toll could rise further as another 50 people are still in critical condition, said Dr. Mohammad Baqar, a senior rescue official in the area. There were dozens of other injuries of varying degree, he said.

Local news channels showed black smoke billowing skyward and scores of burned bodies, as well as rescue officials speeding the injured to hospital and army helicopters ferrying the wounded.

Saznoor Ahmad, 30, whose two cousins were killed in the fire, said the crowd of people screamed as the flames engulfed them.

\"The fire moved so fast,\" he said. When the flames subsided the field was strewn with bodies, and nearby were the charred shells of motorcycles and cars that the villagers had used to race to the scene.

As the wounded cried out for help, residents wandered through the area looking for loved ones.

Zulkha Bibi was searching for her two sons.

\"Someone should tell me about my beloved sons, where are they? Are they alive or are they no longer in this world? Please tell me,\" she pleaded.

The disaster came on the eve of the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. While Saudi Arabia and most other Muslim countries celebrated the holiday Sunday, Pakistanis will mark it on Monday.

The tanker was driving from the southern port city of Karachi to Lahore, the Punjab provincial capital, when the driver lost control and crashed on the national highway outside Bahawalpur.

A loudspeaker atop a local mosque alerted villagers to the leaking fuel, and scores raced to the site with jerry cans, said Rana Mohammad Salim, deputy commissioner of Bahawalpur.

Highway police moved quickly to redirect traffic but couldn't stop the scores of villagers who raced to collect the fuel, spokesman Imran Shah told a local TV channel.

When the fire erupted, the same mosque loudspeaker called on the remaining villagers to help put it out.

Mohammed Salim ran toward the smoke carrying buckets of water and sand, but said the heat was too intense to reach those in need.

\"I could hear people screaming but I couldn't get to them,\" he said.

Abdul Malik, a local police officer who was also among the first to arrive, described a \"horrible scene.\"

\"I have never seen anything like it in my life. Victims trapped in the fireball. They were screaming for help,\" he said.

When the fire subsided, \"we saw bodies everywhere, so many were just skeletons. The people who were alive were in really bad shape,\" he said.

Eyewitnesses said about 30 motorcycles that had carried villagers to the accident site lay charred nearby. Eight other vehicles were destroyed, they said.

A state of emergency was declared at the Victoria Hospital in Bahawalpur, said Dr. Javed Iqbal. Within 15 minutes of the fire the hospital had called in extra doctors and nurses, and had formed a team to handle the emergency.

Iqbal said most of the patients suffered burns to upward of 80 percent of their bodies. After being stabilized they will be transferred by C-130 aircraft to hospitals in the provincial capital, Lahore. Some of the most badly burned were evacuated by army helicopters to Multan, about 100 kilometers (60 miles) away.

The dead included men, women and children. Many were burned beyond recognition, Baqar said, and will have to be identified using DNA testing.

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Chelsea Dubczak, 23, of Urbandale, Iowa, became Miss Iowa 2017 after competition\u00a0ended Saturday night\u00a0at Davenport\u2019s Adler Theatre.

Dubczak, this year\u2019s Miss Metro, is the daughter of Lori Dubczak. She attends Drake University where she is pursuing a bachelor\u2019s of music in vocal performance.

Her future goals include being a nutritional therapy practitioner, strength and conditioning coach, and cruise ship entertainer. Her platform is Ladies Who Lift: Encouraging young women to pursue their strongest selves. Her talent is opera.

Dubczak will represent Iowa in the Miss America Pageant in September in Atlantic City.

First runner-up was Emmy Cuvelier, 21, of Collins, Iowa, who is this year\u2019s Miss Central Iowa.

Second runner-up was Maggie Gehlsen, 21, of DeWitt. She is this year\u2019s Miss Clinton County.

Third runner-up was Jessica Baker, 24, of Coralville. She is this year\u2019s Miss Lake Cooper.

Fourth runner-up was Johannah Vittetoe, 22, of Washington. She is this year\u2019s Miss Southeast Iowa.

Miss Iowa\u2019s Outstanding Teen 2017 is Lydia Fisher, this year's Miss Muscatine's Outstanding Teen. Fisher, 14, of Wapello, attends Wapello High School. Her goal is to be a cardio-thoracic surgeon. Her platform is Educating the Voters of Tomorrow. Her talent is tap dance.

Fisher will represent Iowa in the Miss America\u2019s Outstanding Teen pageant in Orlando, Florida, in August.

First runner-up was Cali Wilson, 16, of Norwalk, Iowa. She is this year\u2019s Miss Polk County\u2019s Outstanding Teen.

Second runner-up was Alexis Ashton, 17, of Solon, Iowa. She is this year\u2019s Miss Greater Des Moines\u2019 Outstanding Teen.

Third runner-up was McKenna Tackes, 17, of Keokuk, Iowa. She is this year\u2019s Miss Southeast Iowa\u2019s Outstanding Teen.

Fourth runner-up was Carissa Johnson, 15, of Muscatine. She was this year\u2019s Miss Scott County\u2019s Outstanding Teen.

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Randy Moore remembers his grandmother telling him that the best thing he can expect out of life is for a white lady to give him a can of lard.

Back in those days, Moore said, lard was used to help sooth hands chapped by hard labor.

But Moore knew he had the talent to go far in life. Earning his bachelor\u2019s degree at Indiana State University, and then earning his master\u2019s in business administration from Indiana Wesleyan University, Moore today is president of Iowa American Water.

Moving past the racism, Moore fought the battle not only for equality, but for equity.

Speaking before the start of the 11th annual Freedom Fund Banquet presented by the Rock Island County NAACP Branch 3268, at Jumer's Casino, Rock Island, Moore, the night\u2019s keynote speaker said his speech would focus on how to get from equality to equity.

Moore\u2019s talk was in keeping with the theme of the evening, \u201cIn This Together: Taking Action For Equity.\u201d

In 1961, he said, President John Kennedy signed the Executive Order 10925 authorizing affirmative action in that government contractors would hire equally and not based on race, creed, color or national origin.

\u201cSo how were black people in 1961 compared to how they are today,\u201d Moore said. \u201cAmong the gaps is between home ownership for blacks and whites. In 1961, that gap was about 41 percent. In 2017, the gap is the same.\u201d

The fight for equality has been successful even though there is still work to be done on that front, he said.

\u201cWe\u2019re able to go places and do things today that we couldn\u2019t do back then,\u201d Moore said. \u201cBut the equity piece is what we need to work on.

\u201cIf you look at America today, there are 47 million black Americans,\u201d he said. \u201cThe net buying power of that group is $1.1 trillion. If you took black America out of America and made it a separate country it would be the 10th or 12th largest economic power in the world.

\u201cThe question is, how do we pull that together and do something with it,\u201d Moore said. \u201cWe\u2019ve got knowledge and we have understanding, but there are things we don\u2019t know when it comes to how to get equity.\u201d

For instance, he said, 67 percent of black Americans who apply for a mortgage are turned down. \u201cWe understand that there are a number of things in place that we have to focus on, such as a person\u2019s credit score. If we focus on those things then we can have equity.\u201d

Another example, Moore said, lies in the fact that about 19 percent of all small businesses in the country are owned by blacks. \u201cThat may sound small, but it\u2019s huge. If you consider there are 320 million Americans, 47 million of which are African American, that\u2019s huge.\u201d

But harnessing the economic power of black America and using it to obtain equity on top of equality is the key.

Going back to 1955, Moore pointed out that the 13-month long bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama, worked because it hit the right people in their pocketbooks.

\u201cThat kind of got lost over time, but when you start talking from the financial perspective you get the attention of the right people,\u201d he said. \u201cThen you can demand that the doors be really open, not half open.\u201d

But there are issues in the African American community that harken back to the days when Moore said he heard his grandmother talk to him about what he could expect out of life.

It\u2019s an idea called Post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome, a theory introduced by Joy DeGruy, and it is both societal and, in some instances, also familial.

During slavery, blacks were beaten down, Moore said, and then suddenly they had freedom. Despite that freedom, they were always told that they were lesser in society than others. And sometimes, those that want to move forward don\u2019t or can\u2019t because their family still thinks that way.

Getting past that idea of being a lesser person because of skin color is tough, but it must be done.

\u201cMy mother was told she\u2019d never be anything more than a maid, but she got a job at a utility in Indianapolis and retired very well,\u201d he said.

Even to this day, Moore said, \u201cYou walk into a room as a black American and you\u2019re automatically at the bottom because of the perceptions of everybody else.

\u201cWhen I go into a room, and I\u2019m the only black person there, I\u2019m asking myself, \u2018Am I going to be articulate? Are they going to understand what I\u2019m saying?\u2019 I can\u2019t let it slip. When I\u2019m talking to my wife at home I can just let go. But when I\u2019m in venues where I\u2019m the only black man in the room I can\u2019t let it slip.\u201d

Additionally, the white executive who makes $100,000 and more a year, when that person leaves their job their not really concerned about anything but their families, on average, he said.

But when a black Americans leave their jobs, their concerned about all of these equality and equity things, Moore said. \u201cHow do I get into the mainstream,\u201d he said. \u201cI\u2019ve got a college degree, I\u2019ve worked hard; how do I get the $100,000-a-year job.\u201d

\u201cThe thing is we do it by working together as a group,\u201d he said.

\u201cI\u2019ve been fortunate to get to where I am now,\u201d Moore said. \u201cI\u2019ve worked very hard and put with some things. I tell people today, don\u2019t go in half-cocked. Get qualified and go in and demand it.

\u201cWe need to take the intellect that we have and our financial strength and move forward,\u201d he added.

\u201cMaybe in my life time I don\u2019t\u2019 see much change,\u201d Moore said. \u201cBut the millennials coming up behind me will see the change if I\u2019m opening doors and making opportunities available for them, as I feel like I have. Those that come from behind can go further and drive deeper.\u201d

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DALLAS CENTER, Iowa \u2014 It\u2019s the epitome of the idyllic Iowa country household.

The man of the house is a former standout athlete, who earned a college football scholarship and was a starter on the only Iowa high school baseball team in the past 44 years to go through the season undefeated. His wife is a former Miss Rodeo Iowa who attended South Dakota State on an equestrian scholarship.

They have a modest ranch home on an 11-acre plot in a rural area northwest of Des Moines. Out back is a building, from which Curtis Fry operates his framing and cabinetry business, and a horse ring where Jordanne Fry gives horseback riding lessons.

They have two adorable children, ages 2 and under, five horses and a docile 12-year-old Austrian shepherd named Dakota. There are hints everywhere of the family\u2019s religious convictions. They attend church every Sunday and host a neighborhood Bible study group in their wood shop every Tuesday morning.

There is nothing to indicate that a convicted killer lives here.

Mistakes and choices

More than nine years ago, Curtis Fry made a mistake that haunts him still. In a drunken stupor on his 21st birthday, he killed a stranger with his bare hands.

On that night, he found himself in the Iowa City apartment of 75-year-old Jerome \u201cPatrick\u2019\u2019 McEwen. McEwen later was found dead on the floor of his bathroom. The exact details of what occurred are murky and open to conjecture.

Fry doesn\u2019t remember any of it, accepts full responsibility for all of it and is intent on spending the rest of his life helping others avoid the same kind of mistakes.

\u201cI wish I could take back that night and what happened to Mr. McEwen,\u2019\u2019 Fry said. \u201cI wish I could take that back. But going through all of this that I have gone through, being in jail, being in prison, I wouldn\u2019t be \u2014 it\u2019s hard to say this and really understand \u2014 I wouldn\u2019t be who I am. I wouldn\u2019t believe in God the way that I do now had I not gone through something like that.\u2019\u2019

Fry, who grew up in Wilton and briefly attended St. Ambrose University, was convicted of voluntary manslaughter and served 4\u00bd years of a 10-year sentence. Released in 2012, he now makes his living framing and trimming houses and building cabinets.

He also does between 30 and 40 speaking engagements a year in which he candidly lays out the details of a cautionary tale that redirected his life.

\u201cI\u2019ve grown up in ministry my whole life,\u2019\u2019 Fry said. \u201cI enjoy it because, ultimately in my life, in our life, God is first. Whatever I can be doing to help teach people, I will do.

\u201cWhen I go to talk, the main message is CHOICES: Choosing Him Over I Changes Every Situation. Especially the kids getting out of high school and going to college; it just kind of lets them know that every choice you make has an impact. It doesn\u2019t only affect you. I talk about how it affected Mr. McEwen that night and how it affected Mr. McEwen\u2019s family and friends, how it affected my family and then ultimately, obviously, how it\u2019s affected me.\u2019\u2019

Growing up with God

His Christian faith isn\u2019t something Curtis Fry stumbled upon after the night of Feb. 6-7, 2008. He was immersed in it from birth.

His parents, Jim and Cathy Fry, have been helping troubled young people turn their lives around through Christianity since 1992. They housed four boys at a time for two-year periods on their 50-acre farm north of Wilton.

\u201cWe would get legal guardianship in front of a district judge and stress Christian values and good work habits,\u2019\u2019 Jim Fry said. \u201cThey\u2019d live right here in the house with us.\"

At one time, they had as many as 60 boys on a waiting list, and their only regret is that they were unable to take in all of them. As it is, they helped 50 boys through the years.

\u201cWe\u2019ve got every one of their pictures up here on the wall that we look at every day,\u2019\u2019 Jim said.

For the past 11 years, they also have hosted a one-week summer camp for similarly troubled boys who have had some sort of behavioral or criminal issue.

Curtis, as the youngest of three Fry children, was a part of the effort to put those boys on the right path.

\u201cGrowing up, I was kind of that older brother, role model for the guys,\u2019\u2019 he said. \u201cI was kind of in ministry even while I was in high school. But even after I graduated, I ended up working at my parents\u2019 ranch for about a year.\u2019\u2019

On the field

The other big thing in Curtis\u2019 life was sports. He lettered in football, baseball and golf at Wilton High School, and in 2005, he was the starting right fielder on a Beavers team that went all the way through the season without losing, going 42-0. No Iowa team had done it since 1973, and none has done it since.

Fry had been a shortstop at lower levels, but Wilton coach Jake Souhrada said Fry had no problem moving to the outfield for the good of the team.

\u201cCurtis was just a quiet kid who went about his business,\u2019\u2019 Souhrada said. \u201cHe was a team-oriented person who cared about winning and the team being successful more than the individual.

\"He was a great kid, and other kids looked up to him. Good football player, good baseball player, just a good kid in general.\u2019\u2019

Fry\u2019s favorite sport was football. He played quarterback in his first three years of high school before switching to running back as a senior, and he accepted a scholarship offer to play for St. Ambrose. At 6-foot and 200 pounds, he was one of the few freshmen to see much playing time for the Bees in the fall of 2005 and was projected to start at outside linebacker the following year.

But he couldn\u2019t find anything in the college curriculum that excited him, and he quit school. A several-year period of drifting from one activity to another followed.

Barn party scene

Fry had several different jobs over the next two years, including a brief move to Texas to work as a rancher and counselor at a boys ranch where his sister, Cassie, worked. He finally took a job at the Gerdau Ameristeel plant in Wilton in 2007 while continuing to work as a volunteer leader for the Young Life group at his parents\u2019 ranch.

He began going to \u201cbarn parties\u2019\u2019 with old friends on weekends, although in the beginning he didn\u2019t drink. He was everyone\u2019s designated driver, the guy who made sure everyone got home safely at the end of the night.

\u201cThat\u2019s what there was in small-town Iowa,\u2019\u2019 he said.\u00a0

He eventually found ways to rationalize a role in the drinking scene.

\u201cWhat\u2019s it going to hurt if I have a beer?\u2019\u2019 he asked himself. \u201cIt\u2019s not going to matter. Yeah, I\u2019m underage, but it\u2019s not that big of a deal. That just kind of progressed from July until February to my 21st birthday, where I decided, \u2018I\u2019ve been this good kid my whole life. I deserve one night to just go and let it out. Everyone does it. It\u2019s your 21st birthday. You\u2019re supposed to do it. I\u2019m going to do it. It\u2019s not going to hurt anything.\u2019\"

He went to Iowa City the night of Feb. 6, 2008, with his brother Cory and four high school friends who shared an apartment there.

Jim Fry had a bad feeling about it from the very beginning. As his sons were about to leave, he made a point of speaking to Curtis.

\u201cI just told him, \u2018When God waves red flags, it\u2019s never good to push red flags or push through them,\u2019\u2019\u2019 Jim Fry recalled. \u201cI said, \u2018He\u2019s waving red flags, Curtis.\u2019 Curt being a 21-year-old said, \u2018Aw, Dad, don\u2019t worry about it.\u2019 We\u2019re all invincible at that age, aren\u2019t we?\u2019\u2019

The conversation remains engraved in Curtis\u2019 memory.

\u201cI should have listened. Obviously,\u2019\u2019 he said. \u201cBut I had it in my mind that I deserved this one night \u2026 Little did I know what actually was going to happen.\u2019\u2019

A wild night

Curtis Fry\u2019s birthday party began with some drinking games at his friends\u2019 apartment, then moved to The Vine, a popular bar and restaurant on Prentiss Street, where more beer and appetizers were ordered. His five friends each bought him a shot of liquor and lined them up in front of him. Two girls in a neighboring booth joined in and each bought a shot.

In a span of minutes, Curtis downed all seven shots. The party then moved to Brothers Bar and Grill on Dubuque Street. That\u2019s pretty much where Fry said his memory begins to fail. The group visited at least two other bars that night, but he said he has no memory of them.

\u201cI don\u2019t remember going anywhere. I don\u2019t remember talking to anyone. I don\u2019t remember if I had another drink,\u2019\u2019 he said. \u201cI don\u2019t remember anything until that next morning when I woke up. The next morning, I woke up at my buddy\u2019s house.\u2019\u2019

He didn\u2019t have most of his clothes or his wallet and was told by his friends that they had lost him for about an hour-and-a-half the night before.

There are photos taken about 1:30 a.m. of Cory Fry and Kevin Anson carrying a glassy-eyed Curtis down the street. At one point, he leaped to his feet and took off running, but his brother caught up with him and knocked him into a snowdrift. Curtis took off running again. This time, his friends let him go.

\u201cMy brother figured, \u2018Oh, he\u2019s just running back to the house. I\u2019m not going to chase him,\u2019\u2019\u2019 Fry said. \u201cSo he went back and met up with everyone else, and they went the original way back to the house. They got there expecting me to be there. I wasn\u2019t there.\u2019\u2019

Over the next hour or so, they walked the streets looking for Curtis and called his cellphone about 30 times. He answered a few times but gave mostly unintelligible answers. During one of those calls, Curtis told his friends he heard someone making gurgling noises and said the person sounded like they were dying.

When they finally found Curtis staggering down the middle of the street, he was wearing only his underwear, a tank top and two coats, one of which was wrapped around his legs. Neither of the coats was his.

The whirlwind begins

The next day, Fry felt well enough to shovel the sidewalks at his Wilton apartment complex and had dinner that night at his sister\u2019s house.

About 9:30 a.m. the following day, Feb. 8, he was awakened by police officers knocking on his door. They asked what he had been doing on the night of Feb. 6, asked if he had lost anything and invited him to follow them back to the police station in Iowa City.

Fry complied, having no idea what any of it was about. In Iowa City, he answered more questions and finally was told that his clothes and wallet had been found in an apartment. The officers added that they also found a man beaten to death inside the apartment.

\u201cIt was at that point that I just felt like my whole world was in a whirlwind,\u2019\u2019 Fry said. \u201cI could hardly breathe. My whole body started shaking. I started bawling.

\u201cBut at that point, I turned back to who I knew would be there for me, and I started praying and asked God to forgive me for whatever I did that night but also to show me what happened so I can tell them the truth, and we can get this figured out.\u2019\u2019

He was placed in handcuffs and was charged with second-degree murder.

Going to trial

The shock waves reverberated throughout eastern Iowa, striking hardest on a small farm north of Wilton.

\u201cIt felt like a nightmare,\u2019\u2019 Cathy Fry said. \u201cI thought it was a dream, and I wanted to wake up from it.\u2019\u2019

Jim Fry said the most difficult thing was watching his wife cry on almost a daily basis.

\u201cAnother of the toughest parts probably was the separation between Curtis and us, not being able to give him a hug, not understanding why this all took place, because we knew this was totally out of character for Curtis,\" he said.

Fry pleaded not guilty and waived his right to a jury trial. His bench trial in front of Sixth Judicial District Court Judge Mitchell Turner took place more than a year later. For five days, Turner heard arguments from prosecutors and from public defenders Peter Persaud and Quint Meyerdirk, representing Fry.

By coincidence, McEwen\u2019s address was very similar to that of the friends with whom Fry was staying in Iowa City. McEwen lived at 513 S. Van Buren, Apt. 1, and his friends lived at 513 Bowery St., less than a block away. Fry\u2019s address in Wilton was 503, and he also lived in apartment 1.

Turner wrote in his ruling that he thought Fry, in his intoxicated state, figured he was at his friend\u2019s apartment or perhaps his own, broke into McEwen\u2019s place, shed most of his clothes and collapsed into bed. The door of the apartment clearly had been kicked in.

McEwen was 75 and \u201chad a lot of health issues,\u2019\u2019 according to his rabbi, Jeff Portman. Various reports indicated he suffered from asthma, high blood pressure, anxiety, depression and possibly Parkinson\u2019s disease. He wore a back brace and walked with a cane.

Turner speculated that when McEwen tried to rouse Fry to get him out of his apartment, Fry seemingly thought he was being attacked by an intruder and reacted violently, punching McEwen several times.

\u201cThat\u2019s the best explanation still to this day of what happened that night,\u2019\u2019 Fry said. \u201cUltimately, there is no doubt in my mind that I did it. I don\u2019t know how it happened. I\u2019ve never been in a fight in my life. In high school, a kid hit me in the face 10 times, and I just stood there. So even in the face of aggression, it\u2019s not me, but I know because I made the choice to go and drink that I ended up in Mr. McEwen\u2019s area, and because of that, he died.\u2019\u2019

'Brutal beating'

McEwen was found to have a broken nose, two fractured cheekbones and a broken rib. Injuries on his neck indicated Fry probably also choked him.

Johnson County Attorney Janet Lyness, who prosecuted the case, said she questioned Fry's story that he blacked out because of intoxication. She pointed to the conversation with friends in which he mentioned hearing gurgling noises.

\"Do I think he (Fry) knew what was going on at the time?\" she asked. \"Yes.\u2019\u2019

It was suggested that McEwen may have regained consciousness at some point, might have gone outside briefly \u2014 there was a blood stain found in the snow in front of his apartment \u2014 and finally stumbled into his bathroom, where he was found by police.

Lyness doesn't believe that was possible either. She said McEwen's injuries were too extensive.

\u201cHe beat him badly, and this is an older man, frail, troubled balance, that would have presented no threat to Mr. Fry,'' Lyness said. \"Probably couldn\u2019t have even stood very well, probably was absolutely terrified from the time he realized Mr. Fry was in his apartment until his last breath.

\"I have no doubt he suffered tremendously, physically as well as emotionally, throughout the time that Mr. Fry was in that apartment. And it was a brutal, brutal beating. Beating and choking. The bones in his neck were actually broken ... It had to have been an extremely, extremely brutal beating.\u2019\u2019

Judge Turner rejected the charge of second-degree murder, which would have called for a maximum sentence of 50 years. Instead, Fry was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter and was sentenced to 10 years. He also was ordered to pay $150,000 in victim restitution to McEwen's estranged older sister, who is now deceased.

\u201cI was surprised at the verdict,\" Lyness said. \"I think some of the facts that the judge referenced were different from what I remembered hearing in testimony.\u2019\u2019

Many voiced their disapproval over the controversial verdict. Rabbi Portman said he thought Fry's age and background affected Turner's decision.

\"They made it manslaughter,\" he said. \"I think it was pure murder myself. I think the guy was drunk obviously, but I don\u2019t think that excuses anybody from murder.\u2019\u2019

Finding blessings

With time off for good behavior, Fry served about 4\u00bd years. He spent 15 months in the Johnson County Jail, about 2\u00bd years in state facilities (split between Fort Dodge and Rockwell City), about five months in a halfway house in Coralville and another seven months on parole.

During his time in Rockwell City, a woman named Joanne Blair visited the prison to take part in a Bible study group and was so impressed by the pious young inmate from Wilton that she went back and told her daughter about him.

It was the first Jordanne Blair ever heard of Curtis Fry, but it would not be the last. During the summer of 2012, while Fry was on parole, he spoke at the church Jordanne and her brother attended in the Des Moines area, and he spent the night at their house.

They stayed up talking until the wee hours of the morning, and they started dating about a week later. The following June, 2013, they married.

Fry isn\u2019t surprised that Jordanne felt comfortable committing her life to a convicted felon.

\u201cIt wasn\u2019t (surprising) with her as much as it was with her parents, just because, once we got to know each other, she knew my heart right away,\u2019\u2019 Fry said. \u201cShe knew that my desire was for God to be the center of my life. But for her parents to say, \u2018Yeah, my daughter can marry someone who\u2019s been convicted of manslaughter, yeah, go ahead\u2019 \u2026 that spoke a lot.\u2019\u2019

Fry began working with his father-in-law, Lee Blair, in his cabinetry business in Lake City, Iowa. About a year ago, he and Jordanne moved to the Des Moines area, where he opened his own business, doing framing, construction, remodels, trim work and custom cabinets.

Business is good. Life is good.

In March 2015, Jordanne gave birth to a daughter, Avery. In March of this year, Avery got a little brother, Brayton.

\u201cBeing in jail, my whole thought about life changed,\u2019\u2019 Fry said. \u201cIt\u2019s not about me anymore. It\u2019s about God and whatever he wants me to do, wherever he wants me to go, I\u2019m willing to go \u2026 I\u2019m just a family guy. I really am. They\u2019ve been a blessing. Jordanne has been a blessing. The kids are a blessing.

\u201cOne message that I share when I speak is \u2018All of us are going to screw up. Some of us more than others. But even though we screw up, if we\u2019re willing to admit our faults and know that we\u2019re forgiven by God and forgive ourselves, we can move on, and we\u2019re going to get blessings.\u2019 My wife, my kids, the place that we have here\u00a0\u2014 it\u2019s a blessing.\u2019\u2019

Gus Henrici, the pastor at Crossroads Community Church, where the Frys now worship, has been amazed at how open Curtis is about sharing his ordeal. He said he has spoken about it to the entire congregation and to the church\u2019s youth group, and he discusses it almost weekly in his Tuesday morning gathering in his wood shop.

\u201cCurtis had the choice to let this event define his life in a negative or positive way,\u2019\u2019 Henrici said. \u201cHe continues to choose to speak out about and share his story, to share what happened and impact young people so that they are aware of the choices they make. Curtis is not bitter or angry but quick to share that he has received grace and quick to share that same grace with others.\u2019\u2019

Moving forward

The people who know and love Fry aren\u2019t at all surprised that he has risen above a choice and a chain of events that might have ruined his life.

\u201cIt was not his character from the very beginning,\u2019\u2019 his father said. \u201cIt was a one-night choice. It broke our hearts, but we had to go through it. I knew he\u2019d be successful when he got out and had paid his time.\u2019\u2019

Cathy Fry, who came up with the CHOICES acronym that her son uses in his ministry, said the family\u2019s faith is the only thing that carried them through. She is thinking of writing a book to help other mothers cope with crises such as this.

She said that night in 2008 still comes up in conversation sometimes.

\u201cWe\u2019re not just going to shove it under a rug and forget about it,\u2019\u2019 she said. \u201cWe\u2019re going to use it for God\u2019s glory.\u2019\u2019

Curtis would love to speak with friends or family members of Patrick McEwen to express his remorse. He said he was prohibited from doing so by a no-contact order and was advised that it wouldn\u2019t be a good idea.

McEwen does not have any surviving relatives, only a few friends and acquaintances from his synagogue who still are baffled and bothered by how things played out in court. Rabbi Portman said he hopes Fry learned from his mistake.

\u201cHe\u2019s getting a second chance, and I hope he makes the most of it,\u2019\u2019 he said.

Fry knows there always will be people who say he got off easy; that he didn\u2019t get what was really coming to him.

\u201cI would say everyone has the right to their opinion,\u2019\u2019 Fry said. \u201cI know what happened that night was wrong. But I also know that God is able to use our mistakes and make something good out of them.

\u201cI can\u2019t dwell on what other people think of it. I just know it was enough time for me to realize my mistake and move on from there. Knowing that God forgave me, I was able to forgive myself for what I did to Mr. McEwen, and now all I can do is move forward and live the best I can.\u2019\u2019

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It was a community meeting Maj. Gen. Edward Daly, commanding general of the U.S. Army Sustainment Command at the Rock Island Arsenal, said he wishes he would have had seven months ago.

Standing before about 110 people at the iWireless Center on Friday, Daly gave the audience an overview of the Arsenal\u2019s job and what it means to both the Army and the Quad-Cities.

Daly also laid out a plan for making the Arsenal stronger and more welcoming so that people will visit the Arsenal and its landmarks and use its facilities.

Of primary importance to many at the meeting was the fate of the museum as its future was in question. But Daly put that to rest early as he unveiled a campaign plan for the Arsenal\u2019s future.

\u201cThe museum is staying in perpetuity,\u201d Daly said, complementing the museum\u2019s leaders for their work in showing its importance.

Daly said the Arsenal is working with the Army Center for Military History to make the Rock Island Arsenal Museum even better. Investment will be made into the museum, he said, and over the course of the next three to seven years, \u201cwe\u2019ll bring the museum into the 21st century.\u201d

There are more macro- and medium-size artifacts that are in storage that the museum cannot care for properly, so those will migrate to other locations, but the museum will still have access to them, he said.

The golf course is not closing either, Daly said.

\u201cSomething would really have to go off the wall for us to close the golf course,\u201d he said.

But, it must be used, so Daly is inviting the public to hit the links at the Arsenal.

He also said that the Arsenal is looking for a partnership with a private entity that will help invest in the infrastructure of the golf course, the club house and the historic Quarters One.

But the golf course must be used, as Daly said that it lost $115,000 last year, and people should be visiting the museum, Daly said.

\u201cLast year the museum only had 3,000 visitors,\u201d he said. \u201cThose numbers should be in the 20,000, 30,000 and 40,000 range.\u201d Certainly bus-loads of school children and tourists would be welcome at the museum, he added.

Daly said there are misconceptions about access to the Arsenal, but all of the issues have been resolved.

People can go to the visitors' center and have a Transportation Security Administration, or TSA, check done and then they can get an Arsenal pass good for one year, he said.

If the visitors' center is closed, they can get a day pass.

But the Arsenal belongs to the people, to the community and they should have access to it, Daly said. \u201cYou are part of the family and we want you to be a part of this.\u201d

With the pass, people can visit the historic landmarks on the island and play golf, and learn more about the Arsenal\u2019s worldwide impact, he added.

Daly also pointed out that the Arsenal is looking for private partnerships and that it has space to lease for businesses.

Looking to the future, Daly said that there are a myriad of partnership opportunities at the Arsenal and not just with the Joint Munitions Command, although that is one of the more obvious areas. But there are many possibilities with the space available, he said.

\u201cWe have a tremendous amount of space that\u2019s available right now for partnerships with local industries and we can do it very cheaply,\u201d Daly said. \u201cWe can lease space at very low cost. It\u2019s a great deal. It is very inexpensive for companies and it puts you very close to organizations using the services you\u2019re providing.\u201d

In a press conference after the town hall meeting, Daly expanded on the partnership issue by saying, \u201cWe are open to more opportunities, and I don\u2019t want to put any constraints on it. It could be quite frankly a company that comes in and operates out of that area. In some cases it could just be the leasing of office space.

\u201cBut across the board we have a myriad of different opportunities that only limited only by the imagination,\u201d he said.

During a question and answer session, former East Moline Mayor John Thodos asked about the Arsenal being a target of Base Realignment and Closure, or BRAC.

Daly said that although no one can predict the future he and the command staff on the island are doing all that can be done to maximize the Arsenal\u2019s use and impact, and that the building of 73 new three- and four-bedroom quarters is a good sign that there the Arsenal is staying.

What is also necessary, he said, is that the local communities need to understand the value and the impact the Arsenal has every day on the readiness of the Army, and that the factory has been referred to as the national insurance policy for military readiness.

\u201cSo many times I talk to people who know of one specific aspect of the organization but rarely do you get someone who understands the worldwide impact in all 50 states and 30 countries,\u201d Daly said, adding that there are 60 Department of Defense organizations represented on the island and that it is home to nearly 6,000 employees.

With the factory and First Army, the Arsenal each day equips and trains soldiers all over the world, \u201cand I think a lot of time that message gets lost,\u201d he said. \u201cOur reach extends over all 50 states and into 30 countries. We\u2019re supporting the readiness of our war fighters each day, day in and day out.\u201d

At the end of the day, he said, \u201cIt\u2019s all about taking care of the war fighter.\u201d

\u201cWe have a highly talented, professional workforce that is versatile, experienced and critical to the defense of our nation,\u201d Daly said.

But it is a community responsibility, he added , telling the crowd, \u201cWe can\u2019t do it without you all.\u201d

Daly added that Maj. Gen. Duane Gamble will be taking over for him in about two months.\u00a0

\"It's a change in command, but not in commitment,\" Daly said.\u00a0

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Daily Record routinely publishes public records available through government agencies.

Births

TRINITY MOLINE

Anna and Dustin Freeman, Moline, girl, June 21.\u00a0

Ebony Harrison, Milan, boy, June 21.\u00a0

Sarah and Daniel Hensley, Rock Island, boy, June 21.

Seana Clark and Nicholas Schillad, Prophetstown, girl, June 22. \u00a0

Fire calls

BETTENDORF

Friday

EMS calls: 9

DAVENPORT

Friday

1:31 a.m., mile marker 5 Interstate 280, no incident found.\u00a0

4:54 a.m., 5523 Telegraph Road, smoke detector.\u00a0

9:05 a.m., 3010 W. 49th St., police matter.\u00a0

9:42 a.m., 1420 Harrison St., service call.\u00a0

11:50 a.m., 809 N. Perry St., alarm.\u00a0

12:01 p.m., 1820 Broadlawn Ave., citizen complaint.\u00a0

12:57 p.m., 1503 Ripley St., fire service call.\u00a0

2:34 p.m., West Central Park Ave., fire service call.\u00a0

2:44 p.m., 4040 E. 55th St., fire service call.\u00a0

3:31 p.m., 3800 Homestead Ave., police matter.\u00a0

4:55 p.m., 3800 Eastern Ave., lockout.\u00a0

5 p.m., 1128 Marquette St., no incident found.\u00a0

6:27 p.m., 720 W. 17th St., power line down.\u00a0

6:55 p.m., 1616 Eastern Ave., smoke detector.\u00a0

8:20 p.m., 7004 Cresthill Dr., police matter.\u00a0

10:14 p.m., 1438 E. 33rd St., smoke detector.\u00a0

11:18 p.m., 3624 W. Locust St., gasoline spill.\u00a0

EMS calls: 43

EAST MOLINE

Friday

EMS calls: 3

Saturday

EMS calls: 2

MOLINE

Friday

7:55 p.m., 3100 block of North Shore Dr., fire.\u00a0

EMS calls: 12

Saturday

EMS calls: 4.\u00a0

ROCK ISLAND

Friday

11:10 a.m., 1309 6th Ave., fire alarm.\u00a0

1:48 p.m., 418 19th St., fire alarm.\u00a0

2:37 p.m., 1798 30th St., vehicle crash.\u00a0

3:12 p.m., 1117 16th Ave., assist.\u00a0

5:39 p.m., 2411 4th Ave., fire alarm.\u00a0

6:15 p.m., 7798 Illinois 92, vehicle crash.\u00a0

10:19 p.m., 2988 8 1/2 Ave., fire alarm.\u00a0

EMS calls: 11

Saturday

EMS calls: 2

Marriages

ROCK ISLAND COUNTY

William P. Butler III, Lockhart, Texas, and Rebecca J. Buckley, Moline.

Colin D. Gallaher, Edina, Minnesota, and Alexandra G. Larson, Cordova, Illinois.

Jacob K. Bushnell and Tanlynn P. Brewer, East Moline.

Paul S. Bull, Clinton, and Laura J. Griffith, Moline.

Christopher S. Streeter and Tosherra D. Condon, LeClaire.

Christopher C. Chumbley and Allison N. Hughes, Moline.

Matthew T. Zumm and Lauren E. Bert, Bartlett, Illinois.

Randal L. Demeyer, Davenport, and Jeanne M. Linden, Moline.

Grant M. Gullstrand and Jennifer D. Youngquist, Monmouth, Illinois.

Alexander S. Berg and Amy E. Hill, Davenport.

Ser Nai Htoo, South St. Paul, Minnesota, and Hei Ku Thu Paw, Rock Island.

David J. Pottorf, New York, New York, and Samantha A. Spurgetis-Neels, East Moline.

Steven Robart and Rebecca Ndayorere, Rock Island.

Kenny L. Williams, Des Moines, and Anna E. Daugherty, Rock Island.

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ILLINOIS LOTTERY

Lucky Day Lotto Midday: 4-20-31-37-42

Lucky Day Lotto Evening: 9-20-22-24-38

Sat. Lotto: 3-10-13-14-26-36

Extra shot: 14

Jackpot: $3.5 million

Pick 3 Midday: 9-9-8

Pick 3 Evening: 9-2-8

Pick 4 Midday: 0-2-1-3

Pick 4 Evening: 2-6-4-3

IOWA LOTTERY

All or nothing midday: 2-4-5-6-8-9-11-13-15-16-18-24

All or nothing evening: 6-8-9-10-11-12-13-15-16-17-19-24

Hot Lotto

Sat. drawing: 11-19-34-35-36

Hot Ball: 15

Jackpot: $7.67 million

Lucky for Life

Thurs. drawing: 1-7-12-32-38 Lucky Ball: 10

Pick Three Midday: 4-0-9

Pick Three Evening: 6-9-8

Pick Four Midday: 2-1-4-0

Pick Four Evening: 9-3-4-3

BOTH STATES

Mega Millions

Fri. drawing: 12-20-53-66-74

Mega Ball: 11 Megaplier: 2

Jackpot: $145 million

Powerball

Sat. drawing: 10-22-32-36-58

Powerball:\u00a010 Power Play: 4

Jackpot: $79 million

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