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Yvonne Abraham

A man who knew pain eased it in others

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By Yvonne Abraham
Globe Columnist / August 27, 2009

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There was no use arguing. It was Aug. 18, 2008. The senator read in the paper that two servicemen from Mashpee had died in Iraq and Afghanistan. He knew their grieving families would be together that afternoon, gathering for sandwiches and fortitude before a candlelight service at Mashpee’s veterans memorial. (Full article: 675 words)

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