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February 18, 2019

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February 10, 2019
I very much enjoyed chatting with Margaret at the market and I really missed her when she retired. She certainly deserved to take a break, she was such a hard worker!
February 9, 2019
To the Kocevar family and Shelly,
The Broad St. Market was never the same after she left. 80 years wow! I purchased flowers from her every year and she practically gave them away. Although the tide washes away the footprints, having walked here once, we remain always. May the perpetual light shine upon her.

With Deepest Sympathy,
February 8, 2019
Dear Kocevar Family,

Margaret and I got to know each other at the Broad Street Market many years ago. I told her that Dr. Kocevar's office was between my aunts/uncles and grandmother's at 2nd and Mohn!

I bought flowers almost every week and I would bring vases if we had too many from my church over to her house on Cider Press Rd. The last time I saw Margaret was a few years ago at Manor Care and then I lost touch. I always asked Levi Fisher at the Market if he and his family were going to sing for her again at the nursing home!

She was such a beautiful, sweet lady and I am blessed to have known her. She will be missed by many.