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July 18, 2018

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July 18, 2018

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September 22, 2016
I was sorry to hear of your mother's passing. Hallelujah she is in God;s House. Steve and I were always glad when she would ask us to come to the farm after church to play since we thought farm kids really had it good! - all the space and stuff to climb on.
Martha Jo (Maynard) Scott
September 22, 2016
Jane, Jim, and Mike: I just now came across your mom's obituary. I have good memories from childhood of your family--spending Sunday afternoons on your farm, building tunnels out of straw bales in the barn loft, hay rack rides and wiener roasts. Your mom was one of the teachers of our Sunday school class at the Columbus church, which meant she put up with a lot! She was a dear lady. My condolences.
August 6, 2016
August 6, 2016
We will always remember our family times together, when Aunt Edna would always be there to help out. Growing up and being alone, my mother Rosa Lee and her little brother Donnie were watched over by Aunt Edna when times were very hard. Mother always said how thankful she was to have had her for an Aunt, even tho she was only 5 years older than Mom. Her picture of the little Indian children was special to Mom, as it is the little babysitter and thats what meant alot.
I enjoyed getting her phone calls for many years and talking about sometimes the same news over again.
Our love and prayers to all the Family. Always tell the story of her life, wè will miss her and never forget her.