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Nina Kellner

Really a beautiful tribute! Although we only spent s limited time with your parents many years ago, we remember being so warmly welcomed and made to feel at home.

Karin Chenoweth

Jeff, this is a beautiful tribute to your mother, and provides a glimpse into the social glue that holds communities together -- interest and information.

Thanks for writing it and posting it.

Karin

Stephen Dann

I read your kind words and cried. She was a welcoming woman, a most unforgettable character indeed!

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