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Ray Tye, life-saving philanthropist, dead at 87

Ray Tye saw charity as his life's work. Ray Tye saw charity as his life's work.
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / March 11, 2010

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Ray Tye was one of Boston’s biggest philanthropists, but he didn’t much care for the title, and he was even less interested in drawing public attention to his private donations. (Full article: 1365 words)

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