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July 22, 2018

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October 19, 2016
Emmalene and I worked together at Jay's department store! I was just 16 years old and she taught me everything about correctly applying makeup! I have never forgot what a positive influence she was and have spoke often of her over the years, she will never be forgotten. Debbie Marsh
October 19, 2016
I remember

I remember the woman who held me as I cried, when she told me of my grandfather's death.

I remember the woman who would let me stay with her , because there was a movie I wanted to see, and my family didn't have cable.

I remember how embarrassed I was when I once wet the bed while staying with her. She simply washed the bedding, told me it was alright and bought me a slurpie to cheer me up.

I remember the woman who taught me to dance at a family wedding, I still dance like that nearly 50 years later, and as often as I can.

I remember the woman who made sure everybody had a Christmas present, even strangers that came to her home. I'm not sure how she always knew, just the right thing.

I was lucky, I was born into your family. You where my Aunty Em from Kansas no less. Sometimes we didn't see eye to eye on somethings ...thats family. It doesn't mean we love each other any less.
Debbie ,John, Jason, Joey, Mel, I really don't have words to express how sorry I am for your loss. I feel the scrape across my heart. I can't imagine the cut this must have placed on yours.

I will miss you dear lady......but I will always remember

I will see you on the other side.
October 19, 2016
Love you grandma