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Kane will be missed [Letter]

My heartfelt condolences to the family of Gregory Kane. I'm very sorry for their loss.

I always looked forward to Mr. Kane's view on all things Baltimore. He was one of the best The Sun ever had. I missed him when he left.

Go with God, Mr. Kane.

Clay Seeley, Owings Mills

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