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July 21, 2018

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August 11, 2015
I am sorry to hear of Marian's passing. The last I knew, she was on her way to Palm Springs for a vacation; I hope she enjoyed it. She was a sweet lady, and it was a pleasure to have known her.

Catherine Owen MD
August 6, 2015
Chris remember your mother and mine running around.
Peg Miller, Bob Hoover
August 5, 2015
Chris
Just read this online. I am so sorry to hear. Your Mom was a wonderful person. I remember all the times coming to your house and talking and laughing with her. Will never forget when she and I drove to Illinois to see you when you where in the Air Force. Take care and love to Bobby.
July 31, 2015
Dear Chris and Bobby,
Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers; Marian was truly a loving wife and mother. We would go to dances in DuBois together, and I remember how much fun we had. She will truly be missed.....God Bless You, Chris.
Dorothy Day