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Byline: By John F. Morrison
Aug. 10--IF YOU WERE lucky enough to patronize Fado Irish Pub, at 15th and Locust streets, in the last seven years, you would have been treated to the beauty and charm of Regon Lynne MacInnis behind the bar. But watch out for that Irish temper: It could rattle the crockery.
"Despite having a 'little voice,' she could unleash a withering bark that would be the envy of any drill sergeant," said longtime friend and customer T.M. McCourt. "The ferocity of the bark itself, coupled with its angelic source, combined to strike fear in the heart of anyone in its path." But basically, Regon was the perfect host, not only at Fado but at her home in …