Mitch Solloum, right, served for many years as the president of the Coliseum Commission. He didn’t like to have his picture taken and often gave money to those in need, but didn’t want any public acknowledgment of those gifts.
Mitch Solloum, right, served for many years as the president of the Coliseum Commission. He didn’t like to have his picture taken and often gave money to those in need, but didn’t want any public acknowledgment of those gifts. Mary Perez meperez@sunherald.com
Mitch Solloum, right, served for many years as the president of the Coliseum Commission. He didn’t like to have his picture taken and often gave money to those in need, but didn’t want any public acknowledgment of those gifts. Mary Perez meperez@sunherald.com

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