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United States Pony Club Past President James K. Ligon Passes Away

RELEASE: June 6, 2012
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: Bill Harless

Lexington, KY– James K. Ligon, 9/25/1947 – 6/4/2012, United States Pony Club graduate, past Board of Governors President and long-time USPC supporter passed away after a brief battle with cancer on June 4th, 2012.

Jim loved the Pony Club and served it in many capacities including two terms as President, 1978-1980 and 1987-1990. Jim was a Graduate B from Redland Hunt Pony. He received the USPC Founders Award in 1998 and was named a Pony Club Legend at the USPC 50th Anniversary Celebration in 2004. Those who had the privilege of knowing Jim will know what a loss this is. He was a wonderful man and a staunch Pony Club supporter. He will be missed. There will be a memorial service for Jim in the weeks ahead. Details are not known at this time.

Contributions can be made to The United States Pony Clubs Inc. or Sandy Spring Friends School; Sandy Springs, Maryland.

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