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Robert Roderick, 89
2007-03-27 19:39
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

Kevin Roderick, who in my opinion owns blogging in Los Angeles, will be taking some time to mourn his father, Robert.

Robert Roderick lived to 89 and will be missed by many, among them the ethnic restaurateurs he helped keep in business around the San Fernando Valley. Those selected bloggers, columnists and political aides who would find his unsolicited email tips in their in-boxes are on their own now.

Kevin, please know you have my most sincere condolences.

Comments
2007-03-27 19:47:17
1.   Suffering Bruin
My sympathies to Kevin. Just a brief perusal of his blog shows the proof that Mr. Roderick did a terrific job raising his son.
2007-03-27 20:05:08
2.   El Lay Dave
I was given Kevin Roderick's "The San Fernando Valley: America's Suburb", which I thought was excellent and I recommend it to anyone who has any affinity, attachment or even mere history with the Valley. I should read his blog much more often.

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