Tag Archives: Bonfatti

A premature ‘Last Lecture’: Time Wounds All Heels

Tomorrow I will send a letter to each of my three sons, ages 25 to almost 21. I started the letter in 2008, shortly after a good friend died in his sleep at age 52. My friend never married, never … Continue reading

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‘God bless Kyle’ and other moments from 2013

“Irish Investigations” has awakened my passion for writing and for telling stories that matter. Starting and feeding this blog has rekindled my spirit and my optimism. Along the way, I’ve met some people who are truly inspiring, and I’ve gotten … Continue reading

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John ‘Jay’ Bonfatti — five years gone, you still make us smile

John F. “Jay” Bonfatti left us five years ago and the loss still stings, especially this time of year. Each August for the past 33 years, a motley collection of football “experts” have gotten together for the annual draft in … Continue reading

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