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July 16, 2018

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May 8, 2016
Elaine was my first cousin, but I always looked up to her as though she was my sister. I am sure that because I was younger that tagging along wherever she wanted to go was not always to her liking; but she took me along anyway.
As we got older and had children to talk about we became what today they call "BFF's. Elaine liked to communicate via telephone, myself through the computer so there have been so many days in the past years that I should have picked up the phone and called her. I will always regret that we didn't get to "catch up" on what was going on with our lives. Whenever we did talk, I will never forget the way she would answer when she heard my voice; and say "Well...Ju-dith" , because she always knew I didn't like the name Judith since that was for when I got "older". I will never forget her laugh, and she was always sending interesting articles when we used to "snail mail".
Mostly I can remember that Elaine had class, style, and plenty of love to go around. Her gardening skills passed through to her from her mother Martha and Grandma Krieger. I also envied her "fabric stash". I will miss you greatly my dearest E; but we will meet again soon and then there will be time to sit and visit. Someone should write a song called "tears on my keyboard" for you. My thoughts and prayers for your family who will now have to hold the memories of Elaine and how much we loved her.