"The imagination is not our escape. On the contrary, the imagination is the place we are all trying to get to."
April 22, 2012 4:31 PM Subscribe
Last month, select portions of New York society observed the passing of Alan Z. Feuer
, for some four decades a fixture at numerous benefits and balls
, an integral member of the Quadrille Committee and the Germanistic Society of America
, and, as friends and admirers remembered him
, "a classic gentleman" and "the role model extraordinaire to the true gentlemen and ladies of New York". At his memorial service, they recounted
"stories of Alan as the life and soul of the party, Alan the ex-service man, Alan as a very dear family friend – who became part of that family" and of his "ability to make you feel like the most important person in the room".
Few even suspected, and none knew, of his secret double life... until the other Alan Feuer investigated
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