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May 06, 2014
Dear Mrs. Dunbar, I hope this message reaches you. My name is Brenda Felch. My mother's name was Carolyn Ranney DeGrass. I believe her brother, Parker (James) Ranney was married to your husband's sister Millie. My husband, David and I live in Sarasota and return to Maine in the summer. I haven't seen my Aunt Millie in years, but my brother Ray has been in touch with her. Thank you for allowing me to share this family history. I am not sure if it is possible for you, but it would enjoy hearing from you. My most sincere sympathy in the loss of your husband, Norman. Thank you, Brenda (Felch)
October 22, 2013
Sorry to hear of your loss.
October 14, 2013
My dad's can-do spirit is embodied in the beautiful house he built with my mother, Norma Rumphrey Dunbar Tuttle, around 1950 at 38 Huse Rd. I'm so proud of him.
October 08, 2013
I am sorry for yours loss, Norm was my first boss with local #131 and he was very kind and considerate, no matter what happened at work. I surly owe him an awful lot for my start. Good luck and may your family find peace.
October 07, 2013
Loraine, I was sorry to read of Norman's death. I grew up with Norman, Milly and Luella on South Mammoth Road across from Lovering's dairy farm. I remember so very well.

I last saw you and Norman at Verna Clairs. Hope you are doing well.
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