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A day after Richard J. Miller’s death, there was a water main break at Truman Bank on Clayton Road, which he founded. The walls were cracking, the floors were floating. Ironic?
Another oddity: a friend of mine receive a facebook message from Richard the day after he died. Only Richard.
Richeard would probably referred to the water main break as a “Reverse Mortgage”…
I, too, got a “friend” request from Richard on Facebook 3 days after his death, but failed to open it. Was afraid where that link would take me.
When I was the GM of KSLQ/KYKY, Richard would often invite me to lunch to mentor or just exchange ideas. He had a fascinating mind that certainly took the path less travelled. His management technique was also left of center. He once told me that I was paying morning team of Phillips and Wall too much money. “Do you know what they’re making, Richard?”, I asked. He said he didn’t. So I asked him how he knew I was overpaying them.
“Because they still work there!” he replied.
On FaceBlog (as I call it) I went thru a list of possible “friends” and among the list were 4 that were deceased…2 for over a year. Shows what you know that you don’t know. Almost like calling a home that you wish to give condolences, and get the answering mode in the voice of the departed…spooky.
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