During six decades as an observer, I have met and known a myriad of accountants - in public practice, as corporate executives, in government positions, as teachers, and in our national and state accounting organizations. To me, some are unforgettable and admirable.In a previous issue (May 21-June 3, 2007, page 6), I recalled the stories of two of them, Emanuel Saxe and Thomas G. Higgins. Here are two more.

HARRY MANCHER

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