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Night and day vigil became their ‘privilege’

Sitting in vigil at Senator Edward M. Kennedy’s wake yesterday were Jack Caldwell from Melrose, Gene Dellea from West Stockbridge, Don Dowd from West Springfield, and Sharon Waxman, foreign policy adviser with Kennedy’s Washington office. Sitting in vigil at Senator Edward M. Kennedy’s wake yesterday were Jack Caldwell from Melrose, Gene Dellea from West Stockbridge, Don Dowd from West Springfield, and Sharon Waxman, foreign policy adviser with Kennedy’s Washington office. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Stephanie Ebbert
Globe Staff / August 29, 2009

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Four at a time, hour after hour, the volunteers came and sat in chairs of honor. (Full article: 955 words)

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