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Friday, January 21, 2011

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I have always liked writers and art makers. Thanks for sharing it!

RIP McCoy, he has done alot of great things in his life and always will be remebered

Today there are people like Garnett, I wish I had journalists who have the vocation, dedication and commitment that took him.
Your blog is really good, congratulations !

Regards

I feel like I really have a sense of what Mr. McCoy was actually alike. Practical yet innovative seems to be a philosophy of mine much like the way he mixed old and new.

Garnett McCoy was indeed a man of honour, I read a lot of stuff about him and I will continue to do so. Thanks for sharing.

Very sad to hear about Garnett McCoy :(( It seems a shame that we don't hold on to those cultivated qualities and beliefs as so many of them were what our country was based on. Thanks for the great article, very articulate!
Regards

Good information I think is great to learn more

very sad stories when we loss such a greater men. Garnett McCoy is very brave men and he also served in the Army during World War II and graduated from the University of Virginia.

proud to know him

great website. My heart skipped a beat when I've seen this typewriter you don't see them around nowadays, than I learned about Garnett McCoy. Honestly I first learned about his great persona in this article. unfortunately, after death we discover true meaning of once's life.

This is a great tribute to a loved and appreciated by many people, I do not think there is a better tribute to the admiration of others around you.

The art industry has lost a great hero. R.I.P Garnett McCoy

I'm saddened to hear of Garnett's passing. I never knew the man but it's obvious to me that individuals like Garnett are what keep stories alive. He sounds like he was a true character. The image of Garnett on the spiral staircase takes me back to my own memories from the University of Toronto.

Great office that one in Detroit. I ´ve been one time but i didn´t meet Garnett, rest in peace

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