Reb Dovid Eidelman was a legend, to use an overused cliche. Not a legend, like, say, the director of Camp Agudah, but a real legend. A man who was on shlichus in a college town in Massachusetts for close to 70 years, until his dying day, to use a cliche. But there were times when he traveled a bit. Maybe for family simchos or such occasions. But he was also a master farbrenger and storyteller. I had the zechus to hear him several times back in the day. Born in Baltimore and educated in Tomchei Tmimim in NY, Reb Dovid could relate to American boys without losing the old world flair that he consumed in Lubavitch. Yehi Zichro Boruch.