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Published July 10, 2019

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This is a tribute to Pinchbecks Rose Farm, aka Roses for Autism, also a very large part in my life.

I gave almost 25 years to the most wonderful family I will ever know. Bill Pinchbeck was so kind to all of his employees. We didn’t refer to him as our boss, but as a friend.

My heart hurts so much to think I will never be able to walk down that path again, by the old red barn, and say “Good morning cows!”

I can’t begin to express the feeling of emptiness you have for something that was there, and now it’s gone. For me, it is a gigantic loss to our town and the people who loved the farm.

Linda Benzi
Guilford