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September 27, 2016

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September 27, 2016

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March 28, 2013
Mr. Magee was great to me as a kid growing up in NYC. He took me along with David and John to John Jay Park for swimming, Carl Schurz for climbing on rocks, to Mets games and lunch at the Pontiac. He was an elegant but completely approachable man (he even drove a car elegantly). I remember eating liverwurst sandwiches in his apartment on 79th Street. There was a poster there of Humphrey Bogart or Clark Gable (I can't remember which). On his refrigerator were some political buttons from the 1950s and a picture of him with friends at college in a car with (I think) a big Dewey for President sign. I can still hear his baritone voice calling one of sons sons over to his side.
March 28, 2013
Mr. Magee was great to me as a kid growing up in NYC. He took me along with David and John to John Jay Park for swimming (and one time to the pool at Julia Richman), Carl Schurz for climbing on rocks, Mets games, and lunch at the Pontiac. I remember eating liverwurst sandwiches in his apartment on 79th Street which had a poster of Humphrey Bogart or Clark Gable (I can't remember which). He also had a few political buttons from the 1950s and a picture on his refrigerator of he and some friends at college. I recall him as an elegant yet completely approachable man (he even drove a car elegantly) with a quiet sense of humor that was well worth straining to hear. I can still hear his baritone voice calling one of his sons over to his side.
March 28, 2013
March 27, 2013
Frances and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. Chinese people, especially citizens of Nanking will remember the courage of Rev. Magee and the donation of David Magee family. Rest in Peace. David, with love
Walter Ko, Global Alliance, Rape of Nanking Redress Coalition, St Louis Alliance
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