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Marge Dunton-Reida, 83; bought inn to help alcoholics reclaim sobriety

Tough and charismatic, Marge Dunton-Reida changed lives, her friends say. Tough and charismatic, Marge Dunton-Reida changed lives, her friends say.
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / May 30, 2007

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Early on, Marge Dunton-Reida sent her 16-year-old son off to fetch alcoholics who had lost their grip on sobriety and drive them back to a country inn she had bought on a lake in Ashburnham, where they could dry out in the company of others who faced the same temptations. (Full article: 918 words)

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