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Edgar Rose – a Life Well Lived

Edgar Rose passed away December 28, 2020 at the age of 94. Power boat racers knew, loved, respected, and feared Edgar Rose for decades. His sharp engineer’s eye and commitment to fair racing made him an exceptionally skilled official and competitor. He was devoted to the sport and made it better. He made fast boats faster. But there is more to Edgar’s story. His daughters Linda Duke and Susan Pinkus, and his sister Mirjam Halpern, collaborated to produce an amazing story of survival and grace. Read it HERE.

 

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