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May 5, 2014
Allen Ivan Jr. was a very good man.
September 24, 2006
May 7, 2006
Truly a great man! As a young black native of atlanta, I can honestly say that I have the upmost respect for him. He did a lot of great things for this city and turned a once negative personal view of blacks into a positive supportive one. He stood for what other white mayors in other major cities (including northern ones) dared not to... equality for all. I hope that he will one day be ressurected to once again breathe the breath of life and join with the saints in God's kingdom. He was proof of what putting a native of atlanta in office will do... only we understand our city best. God bless him... may he rest in peace.
April 3, 2006
Mr. Ivan's life reminds me of why I have always been proud that GreatGrandmama was an Allen. His like will not be seen again. The era of the true Southern Gentleman is gone.
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