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Disability didn't slow Ed Young in community service

3:12 PM, Jan. 8, 2013
Ed Young, left, shakes the hand of Jim Stadler at a January 2012 Oconto City Council meeting during which Stadler was recognized for his efforts as interim city administrator.
Ed Young, left, shakes the hand of Jim Stadler at a January 2012 Oconto City Council meeting during which Stadler was recognized for his efforts as interim city administrator.
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From an early age and throughout his life, Ed Young wanted to help others and serve his community.

Young's resolve to do so only deepened after he recovered from a serious illness that left him mostly paralyzed.

A longtime member of the Oconto County Board and the Oconto City Council, and formerly an Oconto School Board member, Young died Jan. 2 at age 70. ...

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