Sue's Views: Coming for dinner and staying for life
Earlier this year, I was at a funeral in a small church near DeGraff, listening to a distant relative I had never met eulogize an uncle who had lived an unusual life that only occasionally included my branch of the family tree. However, what she said gave me a new appreciation for the folks who have had a mostly unheralded life despite their great influence on the world around them.
Her comment was, "When a person dies, it's like a library burning down."
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