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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Brad Jessey
It was supposed to be a special birthday gift to a grandmother _ a family skydiving adventure with a veteran instructor who was one of the Elvis Presley impersonators who jumped from an airplane in the movie "Honeymoon in Vegas."
"I mean, the one thing we all said about him was, `You know, he won't die skydiving.'
Skydive Mesquite owner Brad Jessey said Monday he was still trying to figure out why the parachute malfunctioned, especially given Fonnesbeck's nearly 11,000 jumps and his decades of experience as a diver and instructor.