My uncle Pierre was a man filled with humor and mirthful mischief, a sort of impossibly handsome and roguish version of Shakespeare’s Puck. Pierre’s shining, wild, wonderful, crazy, devastatingly beautiful blue-eyed soul was a beacon for all those who knew him and changed the lives of all those who loved him.
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