The Citizen would like to run this feature called Lives Lived on a regular basis, but cannot do so without stories from you, the reader. These are a little different from a regular obituary, providing the reader with a feeling of almost having know the person. Ideally, Lives Lived should be published within six months of the persons death.
Nobody gets paid for this, and there is no cost. Please submit a photo of the person with your submission in jpg format. Our first few Lives Lived may be written by Citizen staff just to give you an idea of what we are looking for. Stories should be around 500 words long and may be edited for style and length. Only e-mail submissions will be accepted.Contact Bernice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pasquale Mauro was among the greatest soccer fans and supporters you will ever find.
Even living 56 years in Prince George never dimmed the love of his favourite Italian game.
He never played the game himself, but it was a big part of his life and he passed that passion on to three succeeding generations.
He was captured by the sport as a child growing up in Mangone, Italy, and Torino was his team.
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