To start your Friday right

enAcP.So.4Bob Fletcher died in 2013, and his obituary was in the New York Times. His death is not news, but it’s a good thing to ponder Mr. Fletcher. Mr. Fletcher was a lot of things, including a  patriot. In World War II, Mr. Fletcher defied his neighbors and quit his job to keep up the farms of his Japanese-American neighbors who were incarcerated in internment camps.

You can read more here, in his hometown paper. And thanks, Jac, for the link.

 

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  1. “Whenever you asked him about it, he just said, ‘It was the right thing to do.'”

    We need more people like Bob.

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