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Felida father bicycles through grief after death of son

Rich Marsee's son died in after a long struggle with homelessness and addiction; he now helps fundraise for Share and FISH Vancouver

By , Columbian Managing Editor for Content
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Felida resident Rich Marsee bicycles to Vancouver Lake on Tuesday. He rides six days a week to raise money for Share and FISH Vancouver, agencies that helped his son, Scott, when he was homeless. Scott died in 2022.
Felida resident Rich Marsee bicycles to Vancouver Lake on Tuesday. He rides six days a week to raise money for Share and FISH Vancouver, agencies that helped his son, Scott, when he was homeless. Scott died in 2022. (Photos By Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

When Rich Marsee sees people living on the street, he thinks of his son, Scott, who died last year at 41 after a long struggle with alcohol, drugs and homelessness.

There was a time when the sight of people sleeping on sidewalks might have irritated Marsee. Now, he feels compassion.

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