You’ll shed a tear or two—especially if you’re a parent—and they’ll be totally earned.
And a friend. And a great human being. And the best dancer I ever rock-and-rolled with. When I think back on those years, she embodied what the newspaper business was all about. And in Leonard Aronson, a producer and writer who made this tribute, she found her soulmate. That era is fading away. But I was so lucky to have known it, and to call them friends.
The Tribune obituary by Rick Kogan.
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