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June 23, 2014
I recently learned of Betty's passing and was sorry I missed her funeral. I met Betty through a meditation group around 1996 and enjoyed her company very much. She always had something interesting to say and I liked her feisty attitude. I had no idea she had graduated from law school until I read her obit, yet it somehow didn't seem surprising, given her keen intellect. In spite of her small stature, she was a powerful and lovely lady I'm glad I had the honor to know.
April 17, 2014
Betty and I became friends in a church singles group about 1981. We learned to play duplicate bridge together while taking lessons with a great teacher called Thelma Wright. The lessons lasted about a year. I think she sort of lost interest and did not have the time when she then entered law school. We would run into each other once in a while. She was a great friend,and I love her for helping me learn bridge. I retired to Florida in l989, and I still play duplicate bridge four or five afternoons a week. Great way to keep your mind sharp, and meet new friends.
March 31, 2014
Mrs. Browning meant the world to me. When I was little she used to babysit my brothers and I. She always told me she was my pretend grandma, but that's not true. I considered her my real grandma because growing up that is what she was to me. She was always very kind and loved to laugh. She always came to special persons day at our grade school and visit with us. I will miss her with all my heart, and I will never forget her.

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