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As a youth, Leonard Kittle was known for coming and going quickly. But for someone who loved motorcycles and fast cars, his homecoming has been especially slow in arriving, according to the Tulsa World.
By TIM STANLEY, Tulsa World Published: June 19, 2014
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CANEY, Kan. — As a youth, Leonard Kittle was known for coming and going quickly.

But for someone who loved motorcycles and fast cars, his homecoming has been especially slow in arriving, according to the Tulsa World.


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