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July 19, 2018

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December 21, 2017
You are missed Mary Sue. I just learned of your passing. I have such fond memories of when we worked together at UR SON. Thank you being such a great person and mentor.
December 6, 2017
Dear Rich,

Thank you for the wonderful contributions you made to MSJ's life! I always remember how she laughed when telling us (her PhD classmates) about the unfortunate "second floor window air conditioner that got away" episode and how much she valued your support of her in all the things she did.
December 5, 2017
Dear Rich,

I am a classmate of Mary Sue at Michigan. I always looked forward to seeing her at our reunions. Her presence enhanced us and her absence diminishes us. We were blessed to have known her. You and your family are in my prayers.
December 4, 2017
I was a classmate of Mary Sue at U of M, class of 65. I have not seen her in person since we all went our separate ways after graduation, but I have followed news of her remarkable nursing career over the years with pride in our mutual beginnings and the considerable contributions she made in her teaching and leadership positions. Reading her obituary now, I delight in learning of her many other interests and accomplishments. I remember her delightful sense of humor, her ready smile, and her optimistic, generous spirit. I send sincere condolences to her husband Rich and to her extended family and friends. She made us all better for having known her.