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Larger Than Life: The Legacy of DeWitt Shy Spain

Written By: Attorney Jonathan Emord  |  Posted: Tuesday, August 17th, 2010


If measured by the human lifespan, we each are reflective of a brief moment in time, but if measured by impact on humanity, a few (those whom we call great) escape the limits of biological time by touching, transforming, and uplifting the lives of others, for generations. Such is the legacy of DeWitt Shy Spain (1919-1969). I am one of those upon whom he left an indelible impression.

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