Man of Many Talents 

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Your cover story [“The House That Built Me,” March 8, City Weekly] showed Ben Behunin and his art. Someone needs to shine the light on this scoundrel.

Really, if you ever get a chance to meet and know Ben, you will meet one of the finest people ever. He not only has a great talent and is a gifted artist—words like humility, honesty, integrity and like-ability will come to your mind.

When you meet him, you will hope you can make a friend of Ben, a truly remarkable man.

Ken Halterman
Centerville

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    Thanks for the article about Ben Behunin; it was so moving it almost made me tear up.
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