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July 19, 2018

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May 11, 2017
Kathie McBride is my sister. As a child, she was much quieter than me. I was the oldest; she was the youngest. I often thought she had an easier path through childhood because of everything she learned not to do by watching and learning from her three older siblings. <br /><br />Later, she would marry a US Marine which I (as a member of the US Air Force) never held against her. Together, Bob and Kathie would bring two incredibly gifted sons into this world...both of whom are making this world better for everyone around them. <br /><br />As mothers know only too well, sons usually grow up, graduate, and move on to live their own lives. Nonetheless, Kathie remained the family matriarch. She prided herself on her dinner table whenever her family could get together, being especially attentive to her pies and cookies.<br /><br />Throughout our adult lives, Kathie and I were usually separated by great distances. Our family reunions allowed us to catch up, but our times together were often brief. Recently, with our spouses, we visited Yosemite National Park..just the four of us. And one year later, we visited the red rocks of Sedona, Arizona, where we were joined by our sister Pat. These times together remain as invaluable gifts, for we had rekindled the closeness of our youth.<br /><br />Kathie, I miss you very much.<br /><br />Denny Flaherty<br />Chandler, Arizona