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February 29, 2008


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Jon: Your article offers us deeper context for measuring the lifework of a man who changed Phoenix in dramatic and irreversible ways. Required reading for those who forgot or don't remember.

Thank you for the kind words on John F. Long. Your detailed account of his contributions to Phoenis is wonderful. Hopefully the local press will pick up on this opportunity and write a feature on Mr. Long's life. It is a shame the newer residents of the Valley don't even know Mr. Long. A friend of mine is writing a book on the history of Maryvale Golf Course, and attempted to interview Mr. Long earlier this year. A spokesman for Mr. Long indicated he was not feeling up to it. So, his passing was not a surprise, but non the less a big loss.

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Hopefully the local press will pick up on this opportunity and write a feature on Mr. Long's life.

Thanks for this good information. this is a really good blog.

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