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Thirteen years ago today, almost 3,000 people were murdered. One was my friend and Utica College classmate Margaret Echtermann. I miss her because I enjoyed her company, intelligence and sense of fun. I’m upset because she offered so much to the world that was … Continue reading

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Twelve years ago today, almost 3,000 people were murdered. One was my friend and Utica College classmate Margaret Echtermann. She was likable, smart and a lot of fun.  She was enjoying success in her career and personal life when it abruptly ended. I won’t … Continue reading

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Eleven years ago today, almost 3,000 people were murdered. One was my friend and Utica College classmate Margaret Echtermann. She was likable, smart and a lot of fun.  She was enjoying success in her career and personal life when it abruptly ended. We … Continue reading

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Ten years ago today, almost 3,000 people were murdered. One was my friend and Utica College classmate Margaret Echtermann. She was likable, smart and a lot of fun.  She was enjoying success in her career and personal life when it … Continue reading

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