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Harford's 'Mr. Hess' left a larger-than-life imprint on his home county [Editorial]

Harford's 'Mr. Hess' left a larger-than-life imprint on his home county [Editorial]

Harford County politician and businessman W. Dale Hess disproved the F. Scott Fitzgerald tome that there are no second acts in American lives and in doing so made his native county a better place.

Mr. Hess, a one-time owner of hotels, apartment complexes, shopping centers, an insurance and bonding company, a horse racing track and a piece of the Social Security Administration headquarters in Baltimore County, to name a few of his myriad of investments and developments, died Oct. 22 at his home in Fallston, where he had lived for more than 60 of his 87 years. The home, into which he and his wife, Marie, settled after courting while students at Bel Air High School and marrying, was...

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