favorable to his client. As he flew home on the airplane he put together a little verse, which I think speaks for his analysis of his professional practice. Now I ponder my contributions Earth shaking? Not so, I fear. What have I Left behind me In the long way from there to here? There's comfort in the knowledge I did no willful wrong. I called them as I saw them, "Work together" was my song. Today I settled a little thing, But you know, it just may last. It corrected a wrong we all agreed That had been ignored in the past.
' l Just one more cause I strive to serve. The sail is made with seams; The journey of the boat from this safe port May end beyond my dreams.
For this is rewarding living; I aim to keep it so: What is right in the beginning Is right when it's time to go. Later in his life - much later - he had seen much experience in the law practice. My brother Steve was just graduated from law school, studying for the bar, and it was understood that he would be coming into the office and practice with Dad, and share many a battle with him. Dad was beginning to think about whether he would retire or continue to practice. Something stirred within hi, and he knew that many of his actions would be passed on, and he knew that