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Dancing In the Rain

Published Dec 23 2014




had just been discharged after far too long of a stay at Dominican Hospital.

District Attorney Bob Lee’s death in Oct stunned the Santa Cruz community, but he had battled cancer fiercely—and privately—for more than a decade. Now one of his closest friends reveals the remarkable inside story…

This is what I remember about Bob Lee. It was sometime in the mid-1960s, nearly fifty years ago. (Did I just say that? The number seems nearly inconceivable.) He was in the 3rd grade, I was in the fifth. He was a little towheaded dynamo, in constant motion, with a gigantic big-toothed grin. He was swift glib, a bit of a wise-ass. And cocky. Oh, man, was he cocky. Self-assured. And competitive. At the drop of a dime, he was ready to bring it on. He was always ready. Let’s go.


…they represented a fascinating cross-section of his life: a more recent friend, Larry Morse, the District Attorney of Merced County; former Soquel High teacher, Larry Hattis, who had been a friend and colleague of Bobby’s for 40 years;…

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