Jim Woolridge and I met in 1978 on one of my first trips to Bermuda. I was to see him many times after that.
Woolridge was the epitome of grace and style. Most important, he cared about his fellow man.
May he rest in peace.
ROBERT L. DILENSCHNEIDER
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