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Remembering Walter Cronkite

posted by Paul Raushenbush

Walter Cronkite’s death reminds us how full one person’s life can be if he puts his mind to it.  For most of us, Cronkite was a news man and the most important anchor person (and most trusted man) in America in the second half of the 20th century.  He was also a man with political and religious opinions. Among them were the importance of inter-religious understanding, civility and religious liberty.  Rev. Welton Gaddy, a friend of this blog and head of the Interfaith Alliance, offers this tribute on KNOE 

Rest in peace Walter Cronkite



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Vanessa

posted July 21, 2009 at 11:28 am


Walter, Rest In Peace and may God be with you



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Susan Hyland

posted July 24, 2009 at 12:02 pm


Walter Cronkite was a good person I read he was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma and they are nice people. Also, he always said
And that is the way it is, I liked him and he also married Carly Simon’s sister in Martha’s Vineyard. He was interesting.



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