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August 20, 2018

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March 3, 2018
Mrs. Mansure was one of my instructors at NSW. She was always fun in class. I remember her teaching us about injections using oranges, When it came to techniques of massage and back rubs - her advice was to read the chapter then to "go home and practice"- with a wink...
Thanks for sharing her with us. She is a part of the nurse I am today.
Praying for the family as you grieve-
February 28, 2018
Dear Jack and Kathy, Your mother was such a special person. Love this picture of her, she never changed. My sincere sympathy.

Helen Lee
February 28, 2018
Mrs. Mansure was one of my instructors at NSW. She was a charismatic and engaging teacher . I was very fond of her. She was so readily approachable and understanding. Prayers for your family. She had a great impact on the many nurses she taught.
February 27, 2018
Dear Kathy, Like Betsy, you and your Mother were a part of my childhood too. She was always so very nice to me and I can picture the inside of your house on Westmoreland to this day. And then many years later our Moms became bowling buddies. My Mom enjoyed those years with your Mom so much. I have my mother with me in Lewes. She is 97 and has dementia but otherwise healthy.
Am thinking of you and your family today. Our best, Gail and Peggy Smith