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Thanks for the mentoring

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FROM LEFT) APOSTOL, TINIO AND MANAHAN. Sterling teachers.

Looking back on my careers in theater, radio, print, TV and film, I have retroactively realized that I was blessed with the official and unofficial mentorship of some of the finest teachers a young talent could ever hope to have. My thanks to all of them!

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Farewell, ‘Rocker’ Reuter

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A WORLD War II veteran kisses Fr. Reuter’s hand during the 60th anniversary of Los Baños POW Camp in 2005. The priest was a survivor of the prison camp. RAFFY LERMA

I feel like a part of me has been torn away. Fr. James Reuter is gone. I am sure Jesus Christ prepared a choir of angels to welcome him and give him a big pat on the back for a mission successfully carried out.

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Fr. James Reuter takes his final bow

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REUTER. True pioneer and visionary in the world of theater, radio and television.

Fr. James B. Reuter’s passing last week at 96 brought back memories of the years I worked with him on his stage and film productions, and the valuable lessons I learned from him during my teen years onwards.

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