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August 21, 2018

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September 5, 2017
When someone you love becomes a memory, that memory becomes a treasure. May that wonderful treasure fill your heart with love and bring you a measure of peace. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

1 Thessalonians 4:13,14 ❤
August 18, 2017
My sincere condolences to Muriel's family. I recall her kindness and willingness to help me whether it was a question about work or if I simply needed someone to talk to. She helped make my first job out of high school a positive experience. God bless you, Muriel.
August 18, 2017
My most sincere condolences to the entire Gardiner family.
August 18, 2017
This lady touched a lot of lives. I worked with Muriel over 20 years ago and right from the start she was there to support. A bookkeeper keeps things in balance. Muriel did just that but not just the books. My deepest personal memory of Muriel, is the day she asked me to go pickup the mail with her (back then email was in it's infancy). We climbed into her old Hugh brownish boxy car and off we went. She did not always say a lot, but the words she did say were both comforting and counseling at the same time. She often looked grumpy, and poker-faced, but if you had the courage to speak to her your life would be enriched. My day had started off bad and by the time we got back from our short trip, I just felt more centered -- things in check, in balance with a little help from the bookkeeper, my friend, Muriel. Rest in peace while you help balance the heavens and may it rain down on us all. God Bless You! Gail (Brown)Moran - part of your old extended GCU family.