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April 25, 2018

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January 28, 2014
Our deepest sympathy to the Bott family. Aunt Millie was a special woman. She made everyone feel important. As all of our families grew and some moved away, she still remember all of us from the extended Bott family. I am sure the Bott clan was welcoming her into heaven with one of their famous picnic's.
January 28, 2014
I have always treasured the memories of going to the big house. I remember the big tree in the front decorated with lights. All of you have my deepest sympathy. When I heard Aunt Millie died, I pictured Mary and Uncle Fuddy waiting for her with all of the rest of the Bott clan standing behind to welcome her. I can only imagine the big party. Love to BJ, Peggy and Elizabeth.
January 27, 2014
To the Bott Family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. With Deepest Symphathy, Patrick & Helen Cassidy
January 27, 2014
Now I know why it so cold and gray these days . W.Pa. has lost the warmth and light of the wonderfully loving and maternal spirit of Mildred Bott. Eugene introduced me to Mildred on the sad occasion of Mary's funeral and wake. I could tell immediately, I was in the presence of a great and loving woman. She made me feel that I belonged. Heaven will be a better place now that Mildred is with the Lord. I pray for all her family now suffering their loss, especially her son and my friend Eugene Bott. Yours Sincerely, Robert M. Hagins, Brentwood, PA