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What the Jerome will be missing

Dear Editor:Wow. I’m floored, angry and sad over Tony DiLucia’s departure from the Hotel Jerome. He was the face of the Jerome and will be incredibly missed. He is such a fabulous person and was a great manager of the facility and his people for so many years. He was so accessible and ready to help in any situation. I really respect the man.This newspaper posed the question, “Will some of the Jerome’s repeat customers take their business elsewhere now that DiLucia’s gone?” The answer for me is absolutely!Rock Resorts … probably the wrong decision.All the best to you Tony!Lorie D’AlessioCarbondale

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