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August 4, 2015
Kerry thank you I've never met anyone like you . you were the most authentic real exciting intriguing person. I am so glad I knew you for a time. You had the most expressive and wonderful taste of any client I've ever had. I will always think of you love jan
July 20, 2013
I knew Kerry at Trinity University when we were both Drama majors. I saw her name in the memorial column of the alumni magazine. I spoke to her on the phone for an upcoming alumni event and it was as if the years of not being in touch vaporized. She told me all about her children and Dane and her art business. She was a vivacious, happy person who loved life. I am saddened by her death.

When Kerry was at Trinity, she would practice saying the alphabet without her East Texas twang. However, every time she went back to East Texas she had to start all over again! (Note: I did not hear any sign of East Texas when we talked on the phone.) She also explained that she knew left and right by the gas stations that were on the corners of a street in Orange, Texas. So instead of left and right, she would visualize Shell and Exxon!

Another great story about Kerry was when she fell asleep she needed to hear white noise. She had a machine that helped sooth her to sleep. When the white noise machine stopped working, Kerry had to find a substitute-- a hair dryer! Needless to say, the hair dryer did not last very long.
May 28, 2013
I would like to thank everyone so much for these kind words! it is comforting to see such a pattern..Speaking of.. Her love of life with friends and family. Her joy of life! her impact!! Although there aren't words to speak, y'all have spoken them!!! Thank You!!! I miss my world & my life (My Mama)!
All my love, Robin
March 12, 2013
To Nana and Kerry' daughter's
At this time of sadness when words can't tell you all that our hearts would say.... Juan & Luis Ramirez and Mercedes Nicklien ( their mother)
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