10 Responses to Frederic Buchanan Pape, 1937 – 2015: A Memoir and a Eulogy

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  7. What a beautiful memoir to a clearly much loved gentle man. I feel like I know him, and correspondingly miss him too. Thank you, Ron. Mourning those who have gone makes all of us a little more human.

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