By John Dappert
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Published: June 19, 2012
Words: 322 (approximate)
Quentin Abraham was a friend, who taught with my wife at Flat Rock Grade School in Flat Rock Illinois. He was a man of many talents, one of them was his musical ability.
He created a music publishing business he wanted to take big time, but didn't live long enough to see it come to pass. I liked the Christmas song quoted in this essay, and it was used in local holiday programs many times. We even marketed it to other schools as part of their programs, and he produced and sold many records.
This essay is one of the tributes I wrote for this memorable man loved by so many people.
, local legends
, season songs
, publishing music
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