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    Tom Cole of Skowhegan, sitting beside a photograph of his brother, Somerset County Sheriff's Cpl. Gene Cole, on Wednesday, recently recorded songs written by his brother on a CD titled "Life Without You" in memory of his brother who was killed last April while on duty.

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    Tom Cole, left, and his brother Gene, circa 1994.

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    The Borderline Express 1988: from left, Gary Knowles, Fred Cole, Tom Cole, Jimmy Walker, Bobby Kitchen and Eugene "Gene" Cole.

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    Tom Cole and music producer Tony Manton pose for a picture between studio sessions in Nashville in August when five of Gene Cole's original songs were recorded. A CD of five songs will be released in the coming weeks.

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    Tom Cole, of Skowhegan, and musicians in Hilltop Studios, Nashville's longest running professional recording studio, recording songs by Tom's brother, Gene Cole. A CD of five songs will be released in the coming weeks.

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    Tom Cole, of Skowhegan, at Hilltop Studios, Nashville's longest running professional recording studio, recording songs by Tom's brother, Gene Cole, in August. A CD of five songs will be released in the coming weeks.

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    Tom Cole of Skowhegan on Wednesday recently recorded songs written by his brother, Somerset County Sheriff's Cpl. Gene Cole, on a CD titled "Life Without You" in memory of his brother who was killed last April while on duty.

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    Tom, left, and Gene Cole perform together at T&B's in Skowhegan last December.

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