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Seghezzi’s past should not have been printed

I was appalled that Greg (Seghezzi’s) past was put into print on the front page of The Union (“GOP meeting becomes Ugly,” Sept. 13). I want to tell you what I know about Greg Seghezzi.

My son-in-law fell off my roof and shattered both of his wrists. He couldn’t do anything for himself for over three months.

It was that 6-foot 2-inch, 200-pound man The Union referred to who offered to take my son-in law to Sacramento, knowing that he (Greg) would have to help my son-in-law in the restroom if that became necessary. Only Greg Seghezzi offered to help, even though others were aware of the need.

When my son-in-law had the steel pins removed from both wrists, Greg was there. He held my son’s face and wiped away his tears. This big man showed me the real meaning of love and kindness.

Your article brought up Greg’s past. We all have a past. Who we are today has much to do with what we have learned from our past. A well-known person said, “He who is without sin among you, let him cast the first stone.”

Priscilla Frazier

Grass Valley

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