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Big Horn tool founder killed in car accident.

BUFFALO, WY -- Karen Cody, founder and former owner of The Big Horn Corp. Quality Tools and Accessories, died Sept. 2 in Wyoming from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Before founding her business, Cody worked for Shop Helper and the Mini Max division of SCM Group USA. In addition, she sewed on the exhibitor advisory committee of the International Woodworking Fair. She sold her business in 2003 and devoted more of her time to local charities in her hometown of Buffalo, WY. Survivors include her husband Denis Munoz-Plaza, daughter Kathy, son Phillip and two grandchildren.
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Title Annotation:TRENDS & NEWS
Publication:Wood & Wood Products
Date:Oct 1, 2005
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