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Politicians, leaders pay respects to Ford
Scores of politicians, public leaders, and members of the community turned out Sunday to pay their respects to the late Jack Ford at the first of several funeral services for the councilman and former mayor. Those who addressed guests spoke of Mr. Ford’s dedication to family and the community, of lunches downtown at Michael’s, and phone calls prodding people to sit on a board or support a cause.


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