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 Posted: Tue Dec 21st, 2021 08:59 pm
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https://www.usglassmag.com/2021/12/bendheims-fred-jayson-passes-away-at-100-years-old/?fbclid=IwAR3FjTxPAIotEMms5D_QEH8Yoydv-dgyPXlaWfq_oQyRIlz_9qa4amqf7jQ



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Not as sad as Mary.
100 is quite a journey. I hope to emulate him.

I first met Fred in 1972 at the five story building on North Moore and Hudson with the cranky elevator. He was such a gracious man who spent a lot of time with a newby like me. Apparently he was quite an accomplished violinist playing around the village and elsewhere but decided to go into the family business. We connected because Sem and Margaret had a summer house on the Delaware River very near me in Upper Black Eddy, PA



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