The late Jud Davis, left, and Rev. Pete Jones posed for a portrait in 2012. Davis, the original Beards for Buds organizer, died of lung cancer a few weeks later.
The late Jud Davis, left, and Rev. Pete Jones posed for a portrait in 2012. Davis, the original Beards for Buds organizer, died of lung cancer a few weeks later. HERALD-LEADER
The late Jud Davis, left, and Rev. Pete Jones posed for a portrait in 2012. Davis, the original Beards for Buds organizer, died of lung cancer a few weeks later. HERALD-LEADER

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