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April 29, 2013 9:02 PM

William Thomas, who sought to preserve a historical black church in Lexington, dies

William Thomas, 62, a former faculty member of the prestigious Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass., who returned to Lexington in retirement and dedicated himself to preserving a historic downtown church, died Sunday at St. Joseph Hospital.

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