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George Stranahan: renaissance man

Most folks have heard the term “renaissance man/woman,” but do they know what kind of person that describes? I can think of no person in this valley more aptly described by those words than George Stranahan. Aspen isn’t an interesting place because of the wealth that is about; it’s an interesting place in spite of such. And it’s interesting because of people like the one just lost. RIP.

Richard Simpson


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