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In Loving Memory of Wunder's 

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I know Valerie; I knew "Digger" and I have "ancient" relatives buried at Wunder's . . . their location is uncertain as records have deteriorated over the years ["The Last Man to Ever Let You Down" by Scott Eden, August 31]. My only criticism is that you should have interviewed Valerie's predecessor "Jane" . . . a colorful character.

An excellent article on a somber subject that was informative as well as entertaining. Excellent writing!

James A. Ristow

Ocean Beach

San Diego, CA

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