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A good resume tells a story: Your story. And that story must be cohesive, succinct and informative—leaving very little, if anything to call into question. While not every minute event should be detailed, it is vital to assess and include the most important sound bites ... Because one key omission or ad nauseam diatribe and your candidacy is DOA.
John Vlahos joined the firm as its eighth employee in 1962. He died in February after a 10-month-long battle with lung cancer.