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Morton's death hits close to home


But Morton will be most remembered by members of the UNC family for his contributions closer to the center of the state - both as a photographer of UNC sporting events and as a friend to nearly everyone he met. "He was really a bright man who helped the University and helped people, and we'll miss him," said former Tar Heel basketball coach Dean Smith. "But he had a full life at 85. He was special to all of us." (Daily Tar Heel)


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