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Martha's Vineyard Mourns Loss of Prominent Attorney and Community Leader

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The sudden passing of Ronald H. Rappaport leaves Island in shock.

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The Island woke up to shocking news today that the prominent attorney and community leader Ronald H. Rappaport died unexpectedly on Friday. Rappaport, a well-known figure on Martha's Vineyard, was respected and beloved by many for his dedication to the community.

Ronald H. Rappaport, the respected and ubiquitous Martha's Vineyard attorney whose work cut across nearly every aspect of Island life, leaves behind a legacy of service and commitment. His passing has left a void in the hearts of those who knew him and worked alongside him.

Rappaport's official office was in Edgartown at the firm he founded in 1986 with his wife Jane Kaplan and fellow lawyer Jim Reynolds. His presence in the legal community and his involvement in various community organizations will be sorely missed.

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