Columnist Troy Clarkson reflects on the "extraordinary coincidence" of two Will Mebanes in Falmouth, one an Episcopal priest and the other a fisheries scientist: "They are two men from different backgrounds and different worlds. One a scientist and one a preacher. One white and one black. One an affable and ebullient orator, the other a more-reserved but still sincere and friendly fellow. However, far more important than those characteristics that define them outwardly, they not only share a name, regional roots and a family tree, but they share an ardent commitment to their faith and to humanity."
Falmouth Enterprise: A tale of two Wills
February 06, 2020