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    Videos: Remembering Thomas Menino

    Mayor Thomas Menino, with his wife, Angela, walked in the Roslindale Day Parade in 2009.
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    Mayor Thomas Menino, with his wife, Angela, walked in the Roslindale Day Parade in 2009.

    Thomas Michael Menino, who insisted a mayor doesn’t need a grand vision to lead, then went on to shepherd Boston’s economy and shape the skyline and the very identity of the city he loved through an unprecedented five consecutive terms in City Hall, died on Oct. 30. He was 71 and was diagnosed with advanced cancer not long after leaving office at the beginning of this year.

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    Below are Boston Globe videos on the passing of the former mayor.

    Governor Patrick speaks at funeral

    An emotional goodbye for Menino

    Mayor Marty Walsh: ‘Tom Menino had Boston’s back’

    A final farewell for Thomas Menino

    Mayor Menino’s ‘last ride home’

    Bill Clinton arrives at Mayor Menino’s funeral

    Mayor Menino’s funeral procession goes by Bowdoin/Geneva

    Thomas M. Menino, Boston’s longest serving mayor, has died at 71

    Walsh remembers Menino

    Coakley remembers Menino

    A neighbor remembers Mayor Thomas Menino

    Friends and colleagues recall Menino as driven, compassionate, and a force of nature

    Hyde Park remembers Tom Menino

    Menino remembered at City Hall

    Boston 5th grader remembers his ‘idol’ former Mayor Menino

    Mourners pay respects to Thomas Menino