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LETTER: A Role Model in Charles Finley 

What a wonderfully written article ("Remembrance: Charles Finley," News & Features, Dec. 4)! Thank you so much!

How I miss Charles. He was so much to so many. Not just a co-worker, but a valued friend. I will add your article to my other keepsakes of him.

Our communities would all be made better if our young men were cut from the same cloth as Charles. Before I knew it, tears were streaming down my face once again as I read your article. Faith comforts me as I hope it does for the rest of his family.

Karen Gilbert
Richmond

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