Richard M. Rosenbaum, chairman of the New York State Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board and a member of the Hobart Class of 1952, had an editorial titled “'Reagan, a better idea,' now, always” in the June 11 Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
“'Dutch' Reagan has not left us and he couldn’t if he wanted to,” wrote Rosenbaum in his tribute. “If a person’s legacy breathes life into his persona, Ronald Reagan will never die. Just as he has been all week, he will be honored through the ages. You could say of our 40th president: Once you knew him, you could no longer feel that this is an age without great men.”