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I got to know Brian briefly when he was at the Brewster. I had no idea.

Nicely said, Margaret - I wish he'd been able to feel how much people appreciated him and his work.

Maureen --
Perhaps the local ACF Chapter will offer a scholarship to promising culinary students in Brian's honor/name. That would be a great way to honor his memory -- and his talents.

This tender article gives me chills. Thanks Margaret.

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