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July 17, 2012
I remember Marty when he was a boy and I was 12 years older. My life was full at that time with my own stuff, and Marty was just another one of my cousins. I never saw him again until I paid respects to his Mom, my Aunt Dorothy. I remember her telling me how proud she was of Marty as he flourished in his career, and I made note of that. When Marty and I spoke after her death, I was impressed with him and the way he carried himself. He struck me as being very perceptive, thoughtful, and well versed on many subjects. He truly did earn a well-deserved niche among his peers and in the creative community. He will certainly be missed.
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Marty in Music Theatre of Utica's (Mich.) 1776 ---1972--2nd from the right. Seattle Opera's Ring, 2009, with Marty and Greer Grimsley.

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