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Byline: Bill McClellan
Oct. 28--Jeremy Krock is a doctor who used to work at Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital. He worked there in 1994 when the lobby was remodeled. When the remodeling was done in early 1995, Krock noticed that something was missing -- a large copper and zinc three-dimensional etching of an Amadee Wohlschlaeger painting of Stan Musial signing an autograph for a young boy.
Krock called a vice president of the hospital, who sent a note back. "We are refurbishing the frame to rehang. That's why you have not seen it. Thanks for your concern!"
But it was not rehung, and Krock was later told by another hospital official that the etching was in the boardroom. To Krock, it seemed a shame that the piece of art was …