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Published: December 7, 2012
In memory of John Linden
Proceeds of a recent concert in memory of South Franklin Township resident John Linden recently were presented to Sally Stitt, executive director of Hospice Care of Washington Hospital. A member of various bands since the 1960s, Linden was killed in a private plane crash in 2008, and his band mates organized the memorial concert. From left are Rick Bell, a member of John’s band; Simmon Linden, Linden’s widow; Stitt; and Richard Mahoney, executive director of the Washington Hospital Foundation.
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