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Both the calendar page and the greeting card companies dictate that the one day per year we are allowed to "honor thy father" (at least in this country) is the third Sunday of June. Since 1910, children around the globe have annually taken a mere 24 hours out of their busy lives to "celebrate fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society" by dousing Dads with a collection of humorous cards and never to be worn ties.

If nothing else, Father's Day acts to provide a fitting and opposite book end to the prior month's holiday, Mother's Day.

As a father of five, who, like most Dad's, has regrets about not spending enough time with my quintet of off-spring, I like to take every opportunity, whether on Father's Day or not, to bring to the forefront each loving relationship I stumble across that holds the Daddy-Daughter relationship in the brightest of lights.

I recently had the pleasure of catching up with Leigh Radatz, daughter of the Boston Red Sox late, great pitcher, Dick "The Monster" Radatz. After losing her larger-than-life Dad to an in-home accident in 2005, Ms. Radatz admits, "Tha...

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