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Published: Thursday, May 1, 2014, 12:01 a.m.
Larry Simoneaux


A very reluctant farewell

Larry Simoneaux has been a favorite newspaper columnist ever since I came to this area 10 years ago. How very sad that he is leaving the pages of The Herald. But time moves on — and so do we.
Thank you, Larry, for the fine hours of good reading. I have retained a few of your Herald columns. Maybe someday in the near future I can add a book of your memories and wisdom to my Larry collection. Reckon?
Thank you for providing wit and wisdom in your columns. And much good fortune to you as you begin a new phase of your life.
God Bless you!
Arlean Green
Arlington
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