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I was playing banjo and singing at Temple Shalom one Sunday afternoon.  After the show, I was approached by Bette Miller, who introduced herself and asked if I was still sculpting.  I said yes, she said she'd like to talk about the possibility of my doing a sculpture of her late husband, Bennett Miller.  He had been a successful real estate person in Dallas, who came to be known as the "Dallas Loft Man".  He would take older, vacant buildings and convert them to beautiful, comfortable housing.  He had a long and successful career and made a great many people very happy by building and offering for sale hundreds of beautiful, unique, well-built living spaces.  It was an honor and a privilege to be involved in honoring Bennett in this way.

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