Arthur Panish, seen here during Hurricane Irma in September, was once a high school teacher in his native New York. Panish, 75, lived along the Ocmulgee River and died March 11, two days after being hit by a car while he was crossing the Interstate 16 entrance ramp at North Avenue.
Arthur Panish, seen here during Hurricane Irma in September, was once a high school teacher in his native New York. Panish, 75, lived along the Ocmulgee River and died March 11, two days after being hit by a car while he was crossing the Interstate 16 entrance ramp at North Avenue. Liz Fabian lfabian@macon.com
Arthur Panish, seen here during Hurricane Irma in September, was once a high school teacher in his native New York. Panish, 75, lived along the Ocmulgee River and died March 11, two days after being hit by a car while he was crossing the Interstate 16 entrance ramp at North Avenue. Liz Fabian lfabian@macon.com

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