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Letter to Editor

Congratulations to Antonis and Vanessa Diamataris and Bravo for Catsimatidis and Marcus Coverage

To the Editor:

Congratulations to Vanessa Diamataris on becoming the editor of The National HeraldThe Greek American community is so happy for your father’s new role in the Greek government, and I’m sending my best wishes to you for the responsibility you have been entrusted with. Happy to have a woman at the helm of this great newspaper! After reading the Washington Journal op-ed piece from Catsimatidis and Marcus that The National Herald covered, I thought it was important to offer another perspective from our community. Considering this is such an important issue and especially now during an election year, I hope you will consider publishing this letter to the editor that I have attached. Thank you for your consideration.

Joanna James

Boston, MA

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