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Posted: Friday, January 10, 2014 12:00 am

HARLAN – In life, Bud Skalla was a frugal man. Some might call him tight or thrifty.

“During his life, he wouldn’t have bought you a cup of coffee for five cents,” said Raymond Chipman, a friend and co-executor of Skalla’s estate. “But he left 98 percent of his estate to charity.”

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