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MAUREEN REIMANN Obituary
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October 20, 2018

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October 7, 2018
Dear Mo,

You were missed so dearly at our 50th Cardinal O'Hara High School Reunion. We spoke of you often and will always remember your bright smile and cheery disposition. Your presence always lit up a room.
Rest well our friend and enjoy your well deserved heavenly reward.

Love,
Bet, Mary, and MIckie
October 7, 2018
September 7, 2018
I was deeply saddened and shocked today to learn of Mos passing. I first met her as a student at Penn State and managed to continue an infrequent correspondence with her for many years. She was a kind and gentle soul who got nowhere near the success and happiness in life that she deserved. Her adventures and interesting life where often made known to me via early morning phone calls and letters from out of the blue. During one of her many transitions, she stayed briefly with my mother and I, and we were both amazed at her resilience and optimism. I was able to visit her briefly in New York years ago but had not seen or communicated much since then. Much of her too short life was lived in obscurity, although it was fully worthy of a book or movie. Mo was a beautiful person, inside and out, and I will miss her very much.