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Eldora Barthen Obituary
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July 22, 2017

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July 22, 2017

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December 25, 2013
I love the picture. It showed her pretty nails. She was a favorite mentor to me since 1983 at which time I started being her manicurist. She was a sweetheart with a heart of gold and at the same time a force to be reckoned with. It was my pleasure to know her.
December 19, 2013
With deepest sympathy to the Barthen family. Eldora was a truly wonderful person. To those "extended" families, like ours, she will be greatly missed, but will always be in our hearts. Linda Laub
December 15, 2013
It was an honor to have known Eldora for 40 years through her daughter Karen. Funny and feisty she was a pleasure to be with. I will miss her. Susan Chandler-Butche
December 14, 2013
Eldora was my mothers best friend for many years. An avid Tile Rummy player. A great nanny and baby sitter to many children. She never owned a car and walked a lot, to the store, library and to most everyday errands. This is probably one reason she lived so long. She wanted to live to be 100 so she "could get her picture on the jelly jar." We loved our dear friend. She will truly be missed but remembered with joy! Suzanne Henry (Fry)
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