• Remembering Larry Hagman
    November 27,2012
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    At age 14, I had the dubious distinction of being expelled from the Woodstock Country School for smoking cigarettes. My classmate Larry Hagman said, “We can’t let him go alone,” then escorted me to the train in White River Junction.

    Later in life, while on business in California, I called him, somehow getting through a complicated screening system. He picked up the phone, and we talked about our time together. Only then, did I find out that Larry was expelled a few weeks after I left.

    The article in the Nov. 25 Rutland Herald regarding Hagman bought back warm memories of this big-hearted guy.

    CLAUS COLM

    Bomoseen
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