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A quest for love

Chris Walker, cofounder of a dating service in the '60s, is launching a matchmaking site. Chris Walker, cofounder of a dating service in the '60s, is launching a matchmaking site.
By Rachel Zarrell
Globe Staff / February 14, 2009

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Chris Walker has chased down love in Boston for more than 40 years. In the 1960s with a few Harvard buddies he cofounded one of the first computer-generated dating services, Operation Match, and he met his wife of 45 years through a personal ad in the Phoenix. Now, after a lifetime spent in real estate development and a new home ... (Full article: 469 words)

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