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April 02, 2014
Lena was always a stylish woman. Every time I would see her she was dressed very nice. I remember my Grandmother Bea Dinsmore telling me how they would travel. When they would run out of money they would find a job somewhere to save up some money and then they would continue traveling until they run out of money again and find another job. I have a few pictures of there adventure. May you Rest in peace Lena.
March 31, 2014
I loved Lena, and we go way back. Many years ago, Lena said that my brother, Don Snider, she believed, was 7 when she met him, and I was 6. Lena was always a dear. My husband, George Jacobson, was Norwegian, so Lena and George always had lots to talk about--all Norwegian! I, too, related to Lena over the many years of our friendship. I was privileged to have her visit us in our home in Pleasanton. She was a friend of my mother, Martha Snider Guiott. I remember her husband, Don McRae, when he had his grocery store and was married to Fern. Years later, after Fern's death, I was pleased to know that she and Don married.

In her later years at Frye's, it was my privilege to send a package of smoked salmon to Lena for her birthdays. What could be more Norwegian than smoked salmon?

To Lena's wonderful family, please accept my deepest sympathy and know how much I loved her.
March 30, 2014
So sorry to hear about Lena,but I know she is at peace now.I was fortunate to get to know her and do her hair when I worked at Fryes.A remarkable women.

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