Remembering George |

Remembering George

Dear Editor:It was an awful feeling this morning to open the paper and read that George Vicenzi is gone. Since there won’t be a public memorial, I wanted to have the chance to say how much I liked him. It was always nice to answer the phone at City Hall and hear “George here,” followed by a discussion about something he was worried about in the community, and his ideas for solving it. Then there were a few words about a great movie he’d seen, a house he was working on, and the inevitable good-bye in Italian. George lived in the best spot in the West End and was a great steward of his beautiful historic property. He was a charming person who I enjoyed knowing very much. Amy GuthrieAspen

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