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July 19, 2018

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October 19, 2017
I just found out today about Elizabeth's passing. I would have attended her services if I knew sooner. Elizabeth and I, for a while, were buddies, mainly through Saint Michaels and All Angles Episcopal Church. We were in the same book studies and also acolytes together. After Elizabeth left St.Michael's, I even got her to become a member of a Benedictine community, that I belonged to. Elizabeth was a very interesting, highly intelligent, intellectually curious and also spiritual woman. I actually love the sweet picture, that was used for her obituary. Elizabeth often spoke enthusiastically and very proudly of her children and grandchildren. Although our friendship never ended, it did sadly drift apart over the years. Peace to Elizabeth, and my warm condolences to her family.
October 13, 2017
May Elizabeth Cook Sands Rest In Peace and her Family, be comforted by her memory.