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We'll Miss You Tanta

posted by Adam Levitin

The world of financial blogging lost a great contributor last week.  Doris Dungey, who blogged under the pseudonym "Tanta" passed away from cancer at a far-too-young age.  The NY Times obituary is here.  

I'll miss the erudition (and the mystery) of "Tanta," whose fabulous posts were featured on Calculated Risk (and who occasionally added to the comments on the Slips).  There have been few keener and better informed commentators on the mortgage crisis.  My understanding of the crisis was much enriched by her posts and e-mails (always behind the pseudonym!).  We'll miss you Tanta. 


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