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February 04, 2012
George was an important early mentor and friend to me. With his dogged and courageous coverage of the Vietnam War, George was a giant among journalists, and he set the standard for war correspondence. I read in the Boston Globe that he became a college professor after he retired. Fitting. I am sure his legacy will live on in the many, including me, whom he inspired.
February 04, 2012
I love you Uncle George you were the greatest. Rest in peace.

Marsha
February 04, 2012
May the God of all comfort comfort you at this difficult time. We all yern for better conditions today amidst the turmoil and it is refreshing to know that God's word speaks of a time when all sorrows will be gone and the mankind will live in beautiful sorroundings with no fear of anything bad. Isaiah 65:17,21-24 and Micah 4:4 will shed light on this. Take care.
February 04, 2012
I am sorry to hear about your loss. Grief can be so hard but our loving Heavenly Father can help us to cope. As 2 Corinthians 4:7 brings out, he can give you the power beyond what is normal. May his love and support help you during this time.
February 04, 2012
Vietnam was a long story for those of us who were in school in the sixties and seventies. Thank God for this man who told the Story like it was. Rest in Peace, Sir.

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