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Nashua’s Kopka was a trailblazer

Nashua lost one of its great trailblazers last week with the passing of Angeline "Angie" Kopka, a 100-year-old spitfire who shattered glass ceilings in New Hampshire's real estate industry and showed a passion for civics and state government only seen in ...

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