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Robert Stephen Dicken in Friends Journal
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Robert Stephen Dicken is a member of First Friends Meeting in New Castle, Ind. Since retiring in 2002 from teaching high school English, he can be found reading, writing, drawing, guitar-playing, community volunteering, bragging about his three sons, and entertaining five grandchildren.
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Robert Stephen Dicken is a member of First Friends Meeting in New Castle, Ind. He retired from teaching high school English in 2002. His retirement days consist of reading, writing, drawing, almost completing honey-do lists, and entertaining grandchildren.
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Among Friends: Our introduction to the November books issue.
Martin Kelley is senior editor of Friends Journal.
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Our introduction to the August issue on The Art of Dying and the Afterlife.
Martin Kelley is senior editor of Friends Journal. Email: [email protected]
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