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January 25, 2014
I just learned about Louise's death and offer you, her beloved family, my sincerest condolences. Louise and I were friends when I lived in Scottsdale and have remained in frequent contact since I moved to the Ouachita region of Arkansas. I have called her number repeatedly and sent e-mails, which went unanswered, all of which made me think that something had happened to her. A Google search confirmed my suspicions. I am truly sorry for our loss, yours and mine. She was a beautiful person whom I loved dearly and will miss always. Peace and blessings to you all,
La Verne Briscoe Hot Springs Village, Arkansas...
January 5, 2014
I knew Louise from kindergarten on (Calvert School, Baltimore, Maryland) and always thought of he as the most beautiful girl in the world. I lost track of her when she married Fritz Randolph, but finally met her again at a Calvert reunion in the 90s. We exchanged mail and e-mail addresses, and promised to keep in touch again (we did, sporadically), but did not meet again. I was very devasted to learn of her death from our mutual cousin, Dottie Pearre, in late December, and wish to express my deepest sympathies to her surviving loved ones and family- she was one of a kind.
December 31, 2013
I just learned of Louise's passing, and although I have not seen her for many years, I still remember her smile, her laugh and the way she would burst into happy song. Louise and Fritz were neighbors, so during the 1950s I got to see her often. She will be missed.
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