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At Steven Glass’s funeral, his closest friends and loved ones were discovering things about him they didn’t know and connecting with people that they had never met before.
- By Asia Lenard, George Newhouse, Ju Lin O’Connor and Eva Orner
- The Age
It’s not that Steven was secretive, he was simply a man who got things done, quietly, without fanfare, and with no expectation of recognition.
Steven was born in Melbourne in 1960 to John and Ellen Glass.
His mother’s family escaped Nazi Germany, and his father was a Holocaust survivor so, from childhood, Steven was attuned to the suffering of others, which inspired his commitment to social…