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April 12, 2018



Nice story.

Susan Sullivan

Nice, Paul

Shelley Allison

Great story! Wonderful memories, even if they evoke the painful wish for the “do over."

Myke Farricker

Great story!


What a truly touching and heart-warming story.

Paul Sinopoli

Great story Paul! I wish we had more of Mr. Durkee’s type around here today.

Jeannie Maschino

Thank you for your email and sharing your memories of Mr. Durkee. I can picture him in my mind by your description. It's nice to know that these stories from the past can bring back memories.

Ann Baker

A warm hearted article. Yep, I remember people like that when I was a kid. Thanks.

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