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August 17, 2018

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December 19, 2017
just thinking of Kay and her family today.... Please send me contact information for John or Adrienne. I would like to get in contact with them. Mary K. Forshagen
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July 18, 2017
July 17, 2017
The Lee family sends deepest sympathy. Kay was certainly one of the loveliest and most talented people we have known.
Affectionately,
Schatzie and George and Hamilton and Traci and all the Lees
July 16, 2017
To John Polk from John Saxton's mother, Barbara. Your mom and I were pretty good friends in the early days of your youth. You two John's, Polk and Saxton, were constant playmates, and it helped that we lived pretty close together! I have a snapshot of you and your mom taken in DeKalb when you came for a visit after we moved away from Dallas. How well I remember those early days at the soccer fields and your granddad was always there. What a nice man he was. Then as the years passed by, you and John drifted apart, but you came back together to have a part in each other's weddings. That is friendship. Your mom and I drifted apart too and for that I am sorry. The last time we visited it was after she had moved from the loft to north Dallas. I often thought of calling her on one of my rare trips to Dallas, but didn't, always thinking another time. Now time has run out for her. I will cherish the time we did spend together and the memories that our two John's made for us.