Singer’s Imprint Felt Among a Father-Son Tribe

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I was saddened to hear of the passing of Mark Singer.  In 1979, he and I were young fathers who were in the same Indian Guides group with our sons in Laguna. Mark achieved much as an architect, but I will also remember him 36 years ago as an earnest and humble dad in our Apache Tribe.


Bob Borthwick, Laguna Beach


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