Excerpt from Interpretations of Horace
ON the ninth day of November, 1908, there passed away from this earth one of the most gracious spirits that ever lived.
William Medley is mourned by a wide circle of friends who knew him more or less intimately and who were capt... ivated by the charm of his personality. His capacity for friendship was wonderful, and no one was outside the range of his sympathy.
His keen enjoyment of life made him a delightful com panion; he was full of brightness and bubbling over with fun. On entering a fresh circle he would at once captivate young and old, and his cheery optimism acted like a tonic on all with whom he came in contact. No one could come within the sphere of his in¿uence without feeling his life uplifted. The simplicity and sincerity of his nature were patent; his very presence seemed to dispel all that was mean and unworthy and to raise one into an atmosphere of truth and love.
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