Hundreds gather in Concord to remember Martin Capodice
Several of Capodice’s friends spoke of the relationships Capodice forged with people he met — from the strong mutual bond he had with his wife, media personality and activist Arnie Arnesen, to his love for his children and for the grandchild he knew would share his name, but who would not be born until six weeks after Capodice’s death.
“Marty has touched our family,” one family wrote. “He has taught us the value of giving to the greater community, he has inspired us with his thoughtful words and has been an example that I hope we can follow.”
Arnesen said people whose lives were touched by Martin Capodice felt the same way about him.
“I heard the same sentiment expressed by doctors and professors and mail carriers and ushers,” Arnesen said. “They didn’t just like Marty, they wanted to be like him; he had become his hero.”
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