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April 10, 2012
To the Reese family. May the memory of Earnest warm your hearts. God bless you!
April 6, 2012
Without him, there would be no Walter Payton or Steve McNair on the major sports pages while they were in college. For that matter, George Atkinson. He continued to push for coverage for black colleges when the internet came in. I mostly knew him through his colleagues who held him in high esteem. I respected him for pushing for coverage of HBCU athletics when they were losing funding and prestige, during the 90' and 2000's. He kept at it. Now, they are booming.
April 5, 2012
ernie was an enigma in this sense: in his life and his writing, he was a huge presence, but always had a soft, even voice. he was such a kind man to all we younger AJC guys, and will be greatly missed.
April 5, 2012
We knew each other rather well in the middle 60's as I was employed by Henry County Bd. Of Ed. at the time. I went to TSU and just found out you went to Alcorn St, don't remember that was ever mentioned.
We lost touch for many years, but I remember you being a great person back then and it says that you continued, never changing your personality. If all great people could go through like and keep the same attitudes the World would be a better place for us all. You made it guy, don't look back, you did the good deed.
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