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  • He lives there with his new wife whom he calls Margy.

    The View from Saturday

  • I had to fly back to Maine the next night – but called Margy midday on Monday at the hospital once the results of the biopsy were in.

    State of the Union

  • Stepping outside, I lit up, dragging down a lungful of smoke before calling Margy.

    State of the Union

  • I refilled my glass, fished out another cigarette and resisted the temptation to call Margy in Manhattan.

    State of the Union

  • There were over twenty messages – the bulk of which were from journalists asking for interviews and clearly ignoring the message I’d left, telling them to call Margy’s office.

    State of the Union

  • Dan – bless him – had his lung surgeon friend at Maine Medical call Margy’s oncologist in New York (they’d been at Cornell Medical together) to get the complete inside dope on her case (I needed to know the actual nuts-and-bolts realities of what she was facing).

    State of the Union

  • I logged off, went downstairs again, stepped outside, lit up my seventh cigarette of the day, called Margy and told her my side of the story from beginning to end, refuting point by point every lie in Judson’s book.

    State of the Union

  • He was predeceased by his wife of 50 years, Margaret "Margy," in November 2008.

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • Good-bye! "called Margy, as her father carried her away.

    Six Little Bunkers at Uncle Fred's

  • If you want to really make a difference with families, you've got to use data in a different way, says Pen Green's director, Margy Whalley.

    The evolution of Sure Start: the challenges and the successes

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