Storm victim's widow: `He didn't have to suffer'

Full story: Chicago Tribune
The widow of an 87-year-old southern Illinois retiree killed when a tree limb crashed through their home and onto his head said Sunday she's comforted in knowing he died quickly and not from his worsening Alzheimer's. George Arbeiter was the only person killed Friday in Illinois by the storm many are casting as an "inland hurricane" because of its ... Full Story
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#1 May 10, 2009
"one-story blue digs with white trim"

What kind of reporter refers to a home of a recently deceased person under tragic conditions as "digs"? And what sort of editor lets it be printed that way. How disrespectful.

Yo dude, go back to school.
Bob

Lake Zurich, IL

#2 May 10, 2009
May God be with him.

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