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MAURICE (MEL) BRAGINSKY 6/4/1919

MAURICE (MEL) BRAGINSKY

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June 23, 2013
If possible, please let me know about an Arlington service. Thanks, Al Duncker. Mel and I were colleagues at the Administration on Aging. duncker@msn.com
December 15, 2012
Dear Mel:

I am the oldest son of your cousin, Murray Richer who had the highest regard for you. Even in the years following my own Dad's passing you took the time to communicate with my Mom who only recently told me of your death. I remember visiting you when you were stationed near Lancaster, PA and of this visit and the few other times that we met I remember most of all your infectious smile. My condolences go to your children, who I remember though it has been many years, your grandchildren and your great grandchildren. Thank you for the memories of a very nice man.
September 06, 2012
Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather, openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy
September 04, 2012
Dear Dad,
I miss you so! I remember looking up to you as a child and not wanting you to leave. I would say, "I'm gonna build a cage and put you in it so you can stay here with me." You took the love beads I made you to every country you traveled to. How sweet to humor me like that. And, you brought me back "dummies" from every hotel you stayed in. I always looked up to you and you were always there when I needed help. You were a great Chinese cook! I'll never forget volunteering to clean up if you cooked. That was the last time I volunteered for that! I remember how very handsome you looked in your dress uniform. I learned to iron on your handkerchiefs when I was so young I had to stand on a chair at the ironing board.
I know you were proud of me because you told me so. I enjoyed your jokes and our political discussions. You have been a wonderful Grandfather to my son. I love you dad.
If mom could type, she would say: You were a brilliant man, a dedicated soldier and my heart. You showered me with gifts from your travels. We had wonderful times together. I love you and miss you, Ann.
September 01, 2012
I always felt honored to be included with your family gatherings and had the opportunity to sit and visit with you. You were an amazing gentleman and always had wonderful and informative ideas to share within our many years of conversations. You were a very special person to many people, and I'm so grateful to have had that opportunity for you to be a special person in my life as well. May you now have everlasting peace and comfort!
Kathy Gunsalus

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