Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notebook: Dr. Stahl was a builder of his community
DR. DAVID STAHL
You are bound to touch a few community points in 87 years but David didn't just touch them; he embraced them, inhaled them.
David's obituary didn't mention it, but I'm pretty sure that he was once an office boy at the Union Leader. David was very liberal in his politics and he spent considerable time, when my mouth was full of cotton and his fingers, telling me where the newspaper was wrong. It was tough to argue with him, but only because I couldn't talk back at the time.
He was among those who rallied to save and restore the Palace Theatre. His obit said he was "instrumental'' in the effort.
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