Retired man in Edmond crochets hats for infants

Hats made by an Edmond man adorn the heads of babies and children who receive assistance from Infant Crisis Services.

BY NASREEN IQBAL Published: August 1, 2012
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EDMOND — Richard Newville sits in the lobby of Touchmark at Coffee Creek Retirement Center and crochets baby hats like they’re going out of style. A miniature chalkboard to his left reads “1,155.”

“After this one it...

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