2003-02-01 / Letters

The G-man Will Be Missed

The G-man Will Be Missed

Dear Editor;

I just read that your Associate Editor, Gary G. Toms (The G-man) will be leaving The Wave this month. I must say that this is a bittersweet occasion, as I have been enjoying his columns via the online version of the paper (from Summerville, South Carolina). He does what he does
quite well , and I am saddened to know that he is moving on. At the same time, I'm happy and confidence that bigger and better things await a great writer like him, and I will rest assured that he will continue to "tell it like it is."

I grew up in Hammels on Beach 82nd Street, and I've been down here in S.C. long enough to become quite homesick. However, The G-man's columns and news stories kept me abreast on what was happening up there in the city, and I felt extremely well informed after reading his columns and exposes.

I am hoping that he will find enough time to respond to my letter, although I know that he must be a pretty busy man. Nonetheless, even if he isn't able to respond, know this; you will be sorely missed, and I wish you nothing but peace, health, wealth, and prosperity.

One more thing; I hope that things get a little harder for you as far as your reporting goes, for this will be the catalyst that will make you even better that you already are.

I know you will handle whatever adversity coming your way with confidence, finesse, and truth. To me, your name has become synonymous with "the last word ." Break it down for me G!

Peace and love, baby, and drop me a line sometime. I'd love to hear from you.

JOSEPH SHERMAN


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