Character matters in a legacy of kindness and commitment

Opinion section
Valley News - Opinion
As widely reported recently in much of the San Diego media, on the internet and other news outlets, longtime San Diego media personality George Chamberlin, who was among other things KOGO-AM 600 radio’s longtime business news editor for more than 22 years, died Sunday, Sept. 1, after a difficult 3-year battle with a lymphoma cancer at the 21st century “young age” of 73. It was particularly upsetting news to me, as I am sure it must have been to countless others, since I had been a friend and admirer of his since the mid-1980s. Chamberlin and I first met on the tennis courts of a private tennis club in Escondido, which is called, of course, Tennis Escondido. He was an incredibly likable, humorous, kind and considerate gentle giant at 6-foot-4. He was a man of unquestioned character
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