HUDSON: A beautiful thought

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For so many, each with a personal story to tell, Todd Hudsonís death will bring back fond memories.

My son, David, delivered the Coeur díAlene Press with his dog, Louie, tagging along, so whenever I wanted to find David, I would drive down Sherman. When I saw Louis waiting patiently outside Hudsonís, I would know David was inside eating a hamburger after delivering papers on his route in the Fort Grounds.

Like Todd, David died of cancer at age 53. I like to think that they will set up a ďHudsonís HamburgersĒ in Heaven.

LILLIAN MOORE LIND

Coeur díAlene

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