Knowing Karl Maack was a blessing I enjoyed for the past 27 years. He died on Oct. 31, and I’m among those who will miss him. Karl was funny, he had a remarkable memory, he was a loyal friend and he was a strong Christian.

After he moved to town from the family farm a few years ago, he liked to come in my office a little before work and we would talk.

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