The Rev. Robert Seymour, pastor emeritus of Binkley Baptist Church gives the benediction at the memorial service for Dean Smith on Sunday in Chapel Hill. Seymour was a friend and pastor to Smith for decades. Seymour challenged the audience to live their lives in the same spirit of generosity and kindness that Smith did.
The Rev. Robert Seymour, pastor emeritus of Binkley Baptist Church gives the benediction at the memorial service for Dean Smith on Sunday in Chapel Hill. Seymour was a friend and pastor to Smith for decades. Seymour challenged the audience to live their lives in the same spirit of generosity and kindness that Smith did. rwillett@newsobserver.com
The Rev. Robert Seymour, pastor emeritus of Binkley Baptist Church gives the benediction at the memorial service for Dean Smith on Sunday in Chapel Hill. Seymour was a friend and pastor to Smith for decades. Seymour challenged the audience to live their lives in the same spirit of generosity and kindness that Smith did. rwillett@newsobserver.com

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