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To Honor the Memory of Bill Heerman

By Dub Taft
March 19, 2013

Bill Heerman was a talented artist, writer, web designer, and photographer. And he was a wonderful champion for our National Parks. He was able to capture the beauty of these national treasures in the photographs he brought back to share with his coworkers at Southern Company in Atlanta -- and to share with the world through his website. His dream was to visit every one of the national parks, and he inspired that dream in me -- and perhaps many others who were touched by his photographs and stories. I'm not sure whether he was able to complete his mission before his untimely death this week, but I do know that I shall always think of him when I continue to visit our nation's parks in the years ahead.

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