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Only In Print: Bay Ridge Catholic Principal’s Book Trilogy Is a Trek Through History

Principal Gary Williams receives a visit from Gianna Dardanello, a fourth grader at Bay Ridge Catholic Academy, during a recent book signing at The BookMark Shoppe in Bay Ridge. (Photo: John Quaglione)

BAY RIDGE — As the principal of Bay Ridge Catholic Academy, Gary M. Williams has plenty of lessons to teach his students. But one of the most important lessons he can pass on to them is the value of perseverance.

Williams, a novelist in his spare time, said it took him 18 years to get his first book, “Gone But Not Forgotten,” published…

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