Save our Bridge (SOB) founding members Dawn Lucien (center), Claire Petrich and Jim Hoard are shown after the historic Murray Morgan Bridge, once a candidate for demolition, reopened in 2013. Preserving the bridge over the Foss Waterway was one of countless civic undertakings for Lucien, who died Saturday.
Save our Bridge (SOB) founding members Dawn Lucien (center), Claire Petrich and Jim Hoard are shown after the historic Murray Morgan Bridge, once a candidate for demolition, reopened in 2013. Preserving the bridge over the Foss Waterway was one of countless civic undertakings for Lucien, who died Saturday. Dean J. Koepfler News Tribune file photo, 2013
Save our Bridge (SOB) founding members Dawn Lucien (center), Claire Petrich and Jim Hoard are shown after the historic Murray Morgan Bridge, once a candidate for demolition, reopened in 2013. Preserving the bridge over the Foss Waterway was one of countless civic undertakings for Lucien, who died Saturday. Dean J. Koepfler News Tribune file photo, 2013

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