Mulligan a voice in the wilderness

To the Editor:

Well, now we know the bodies will remain buried, as the one who claimed to know where has moved on.

George’s was a voice in the wilderness for many years, and he will always be respected by many for his perseverance. Quite some time ago, however, his work became our own to accomplish; he’d passed the torch, as he told me, a few years ago.

There is one way to honor his life, and that is by continuing to put pressure on Stratford’s Town Hall denizens: to come clean, and to clear out, unless you have the interests of all of the people of Stratford at heart.

Rest in peace, George Mulligan.

Tom Yemm

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  • Frank Parady

    Far too many people complain privately about our community or society or simply don’t know nor care about important issues. George complained publicly and loudly, consistently and forcefully, here in the media and at public forums at town council meetings. He cared and he tried to get other people to care about issues too. We need more people like George!

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