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September 23, 2018

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February 22, 2018
February 22, 2018
Sorry to hear about your loss. May comfort be given to you and those that mourn with you,Isaiah 57:189
February 20, 2018
So sorry to hear of Marty passing away. I first met her at the Cedars. She was such a wonderful, soft spoken women who I enjoyed getting to know over the years. I loved visiting her and her beloved dog Sadie every week. She always wore a wonderful smile on her face. When she moved away, we all missed her positive presence. I am thankful that I got to know her. Rest in peace Marty. Heaven has gained a true angel..
February 19, 2018
So many wonderful memories with Aunt Martha. She always seemed to welcome new experiences, often spontaneous, always with great enthusiasm. She was never one to shy away from adventure. When I was a student at Northern Michigan University in Marquette, she and Grandma Delano decided to take a road trip to the U.P. and visit me, 450 miles away. That was Martha. I've never forgotten that. Mark Delano Rizzardi