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December 06, 2016

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December 06, 2016

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June 2, 2016
Mary Lee was a sweetheart, I have missed her very much since she moved. She was always in a good mood and we always found time to talk and laugh. She was not only my neighbor but a dear friend and we also considered her family. She and Ed would always join us for Christmas, Easter, and other important family dinners. We would have such good times. I and my family will forever miss you. God Bless.
May 31, 2016
2016-05-30
It's a sad today. I read of Mary Lee's passing in the paper. All the years in Paradise Mary Lee & Ed were our best neighbors & best friends. We drifted apart when my wife developed Alzheimer's & Ed began to have problems & I moved to Westminster & Ed & Mary Lee moved to NC. We spent many afternoons together having lunch at some remote diner/bar that only Ed knew the directions to. Mary Lee & I always had Martinis & one of our favorite places, The Tall Oaks, served martinis in water glasses. Another place on the Bay had outside tables & we enjoy lunch under the trees watching boats on the bay. They were good days. Was Mary Lee still the cat lady? I guess you know they supported strays by the dozens on Paradise. They were the good old days in Paradise. I miss them both more than you can imagine.
Please Accept My Condolences,
John Cullom,
Westminster, MD
Formally of Paradise Ave.
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