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Grayling Remembers Golf Coach Jason Potter

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Jason Potter was driving the Grayling golf team to Traverse City Monday when their van was hit by another.

Potter and 18-year old senior Louis Menard died in the crash along with Cassy Stapleton riding in the other van when the two hit in Kalkaska County.

Potter was a 30-year old counselor who helped troubled youth, and just took over the golf team this season.

Today at his memorial at the Grayling Country Club, friends and family reiterated his playful nature and his love for golf, competition and his team.

9&10's Eric Lloyd was there for the memorial and has more details.

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