Sunday, February 1, 2009

R.I.P. Marshall Cobleigh

From yesterday's news alert: ["Former state House speaker Marshall Cobleigh dies at 78"]. I interviewed Cobleigh when his very interesting book came out. I also ran into him on N.H. primary eve, 2008, at a bar in Manch. We all talked shop for about an hour or so and it was great fun. R.I.P.

2 comments:

CraZzY Al said...

I AM MARSHALL'S 17 YEAR OLD GRANDSON SECOND OLDEST HE WAS A KIND MAN WHO USED HUMOR TO GET HIS MESSAGE ACROSS UNTIL THE END OF HIS LIFE POLITICS AND SPORTS IS WHAT MADE HIM HAPPY. WHEN HE WAS TO SICK TO CAMPAIGN WAS WHEN HE DIED. IN NOV OR DECEMBER BEFORE HE PASSED AWAY HE MADE THE HOSPITAL LET HIM OUT TO RECEIVE AN AWARD HE THEN BEGAN TO BECOME VERY ILL SO I CAN SAY POLITICS AND SPORTS ARE WHAT HELPED HIM LIVE AND EVENTUAL WAS HIS MEANING FOR PARRELL R.I.P LOVE ALEX

ALEx grandson 17 said...

I AM MARSHALL'S 17 YEAR OLD GRANDSON SECOND OLDEST HE WAS A KIND MAN WHO USED HUMOR TO GET HIS MESSAGE ACROSS UNTIL THE END OF HIS LIFE POLITICS AND SPORTS IS WHAT MADE HIM HAPPY. WHEN HE WAS TO SICK TO CAMPAIGN WAS WHEN HE DIED. IN NOV OR DECEMBER BEFORE HE PASSED AWAY HE MADE THE HOSPITAL LET HIM OUT TO RECEIVE AN AWARD HE THEN BEGAN TO BECOME VERY ILL SO I CAN SAY POLITICS AND SPORTS ARE WHAT HELPED HIM LIVE AND EVENTUAL WAS HIS MEANING FOR PARRELL R.I.P LOVE ALEX