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September 23, 2018

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September 9, 2018
still missing you~
February 28, 2018
What an absolutely wonderful lady.
Our UK family has known Yori for nearly 60 years. Both the fathers were central bankers. I first met her when as a student I believe at Manchester University she visited our home in Guildford UK and looked wonderful in her kimono. She taught us girls to count from 1 to 10 in Japanese. We have so many happy memories of her-she continued to send us Xmas cakes from US every year till recently.
February 19, 2018
May God comfort your heart and give you strength each day during this difficult time. 2 Thessalonians 2: 16, 17
February 13, 2018
Fond memories of Oda-sensei from 1971-1972, when I was a Harvard-Radcliffe sophomore and decided to take the intensive Japanese language class, which crammed two years of instruction into one. The class was small, with a mix of graduate students and undergrads, As 2d-generation Japanese-American with absolutely no grounding in the language, I was determined not to embarrass myself or disappoint Oda-sensei. In class, she was demanding but also patient; outside of class, she was a gracious host, inviting the class to social gatherings at her home. And she was an effective teacher: at the end of that grueling year, we all knew a lot of Japanese! I am struck in reading the obituary by what an extraordinary woman she was and what an interesting, full life she led; there was so much more to her than the person I knew. Hers was a life well-lived. Rest in peace, Oda-sensei. - Janet Adachi