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Landlord Remembered

A garden for John Wessinger

From the June, 2012 issue

On the Saturday before Mother's Day, letter carrier Ozzie Williams parked his truck by the triangle where Oakland, Tappan, and South University come together, picked up a shovel, and joined the crowd of people planting flowers. Lehlani Wessinger had organized the planting in memory of her late husband, John, a longtime landlord in the area.

 
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