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An old friend of Jim Loney's from Columbus Boys Camp

Last night's edition of the Brockville Recorder & Times contains a moving front-page account of the impression made by Saultite James Loney on Brian Carroll, a teacher now working in Smith's Falls, Ontario.
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Last night's edition of the Brockville Recorder & Times contains a moving front-page account of the impression made by Saultite James Loney on Brian Carroll, a teacher now working in Smith's Falls, Ontario.

Carroll first met Loney during the 1980s while working at Columbus Boys Camp for underprivileged boys in Orillia.

He then studied history with Loney at the University of Windsor, lived in the same dorm and worked alongside him as a dorm staffer.

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