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Wednesday, July 9, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
 

Regarding “ A life well lived: Dick Scaife was a true newsman and patriot ” by Frank Craig: I loved the description of your friend. While he embraced many passions, my favorites were his complete understanding that unconditional love comes mostly from dogs, that bow ties are fun and practical if one works close to a printing press, and that the joy of quiet generosity has no measure. The rest is white noise, but a magnificent tribute. Anchors aweigh, Dick Scaife.

Joseph A. Marasti

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