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September 29, 2014 4:34 PM

Obituary: Roseville firefighter Romie Circle, 73, delighted children as Santa Claus

Romie Circle, a career Roseville firefighter with a generous community spirit who delighted underprivileged children at Christmas as Santa Claus, died Sept. 24 with acute leukemia, his family said. He was 73.

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