To the Editor:
I recently lost my employer of 52 years, Attorney Peter Anderson, when he unexpectedly passed away after heart surgery. He was one of the hardest working, kindest persons I have ever known.
He would always stop what he was doing to answer your calls. He did not “start the clock” when someone came in for an appointment, but rather he would take time to chat with you, as if you were an old friend.
Even though he lost his beloved wife, Jackie, just eight months ago, and while still being under so much stress, he tried to carry on work for his clients as best as he was able.
I know that he would not have wanted to leave any work undone, and I am so sorry that this may have happened to some of you. It has been my privilege to have worked for him for so many years.
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