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“But because it is Pete Serafin, there might be a market,” he said.
Barry Serafin, who now lives in Eugene, said a public auction seemed logical.
“It’s been five years since my father died, and we needed a way to dispose of some of these items. And I don’t have a warehouse to keep them in,” he said. “It’s hard in a way because these are all things that belonged to my father.”
He said he’d never gone through the collection until recently. More than hunting, his father loved being where he’d never been.
“He told me before he died he didn’t have any regrets,” he said. “He just lived a remarkable life.”
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