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A final salute to those who died in 2010

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It's never easy to say goodbye to people you know. Everyone dies, but it always seems like it's too soon.

As I write this, I am reminded of a talk I had with my dad after he had been diagnosed with cancer. I was 23 years old.

"I'm not afraid to die," I told him.

"That's because you're not close," he told me.

He died in 1982. Twenty-nine years later, I have a much better understanding of my own mortality.

So on this last day of 2010, I wanted to remember those who died earlier this year, at least one last time.

To read about them, click on the following link to my last blog of the year: "Honoring the dead one last time in 2010." -- Bob Ulrich

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