The City of Anderson lost an iconic member of its community – Radio. Many members of our firm call Anderson home, so this news feels very personal. Those who knew him loved him, and if there is a common descriptor among the obituaries it would be “joyful.”

His story was a uniquely local one, but it spread throughout the nation eventually being adapted for the screen. Local news stories like Radio’s are important because they show us that we truly have more in common than we have differences. So, for us the lesson seems to be – get out and make connections in your community, read local papers, make conversation, and remember that community exists in life and not online.




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