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Letter to the Editor: Family grateful for outpouring following tragedy

As many of you know, we lost our father, Robert W. Kellogg, in a house fire on Murdock Court in mid-December. We have had so much loving support from so many of you who knew him. One night shortly after the fire, the neighbors organized a candlelight gathering in front of his home.
We had generous donations of food and lodging. People approached us in stores, restaurants, Town Hall and even the Post Office. The Champlain Valley Unitarian Universalist Society and their choir honored our father. And we received numerous letters, cards and emails including one from the college president.
It takes a village and Middlebury is truly that village. Thank you Middlebury!
We would welcome any remembrances of our father in any form. This spring we will celebrate our father’s life with a gathering in Middlebury and hope to see many of you there. The date is yet to be determined.
Send remembrances to:
Christon S. Kellogg
[email protected]
3 Walnut Street
Madison, N.J. 07940
Thank you,
Christon S. Kellogg
Madison, N.J.

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