CLINTON ROMIGWhen Katrina struck New Orleans, I thought of Clint and Dot Romig, who lived in Mandeville, La., three miles off Lake Pontchartrain, which, according to news reports, was flooding.

Phone calls to the Romig home went unanswered. All phone lines were down. I knew that several of the Romig sons lived in the New Orleans area, but reaching them was futile. I knew that Clint's oldest son, Chris, was a retired Army colonel living in the Washington, D.C., area.

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