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Dan Rea pays a visit to one of his biggest fans

Bill Brett for The Boston Globe

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Virginia Plummer of West Roxbury got a special visit this week from one of her favorite media personalities, Dan Rea. The 100-year-old Plummer says she’s a longtime fan of Rea (right), who hosts the WBZ 1030 talk show “NightSide.” Rea and Jack Doherty (left) of Dorchester’s College Hype presented Plummer with a couple of holiday gifts, including a T-shirt and a mug.

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