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Newton Mayor Theodore D. Mann, dominated city for 22 years; at 71
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Boston Globe (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Boston, Mass.
Author: Tom Long and Michael Grunwald, Globe Staff
Date: Apr 11, 1994
Start Page: 21
Section: OBITUARIES
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Mayor [Theodore D. Mann] of Newton, the longest-serving mayor in Massachusetts, died of leukemia Saturday night at Newton-Wellesley Hospital, ending a 22-year era in city history dominated by his energetic presence. He was 71.

Mayor Mann's primary passion was politics. He served four terms as a Massachusetts state representative and eight years as a Newton alderman before being elected mayor.

He leaves his wife, Florence (Ober); two sons, Richard of Needham and Eric of Chelmsford; three daughters, [Leslie Mann Kaplan], Stacie Mann and Debra Mann, all of Newton; a sister, Thelma Barkin of Newton; a brother, Robert of San Diego; and five grandchildren.

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