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Chesterfield Mother Remembers 25th Anniversary Of Son's AIDS Death

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Lindsay Toler

When Michael Levy was 7 years old, his parents bought him a piano from a Memphis church. It may be big and ugly, as his mother Pat describes it, and it may have cost far more than it's worth to move it to their Chesterfield home, but he loved it.

Today, the piano sits silent in Pat's airy, wood-paneled basement, recalling memories of Michael: His fingers hitting the keys, his voice singing joyfully, his "cute round behind" on the bench that holds his sheet music.

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