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Victoria T. Starr Obituary
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July 21, 2017

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March 13, 2015
In loving tribute to my sister Vicki Starr
Vicki read and travelled widely, and had a keen interest in many different ubjects. She was a vivid presence, a lively conversationalist with a repertoire of good stories. As a teacher at Moorestown Friends School ('62-'70) she stimulated and inspired her students. She was a talented sculptor, and studied for a while in Rome under Peter Rockwell (the son of Norman Rockwell). She took beautiful photographs. She transformed her place in Chinon and her family's carriage barn in Hingham with her skill in designing spaces and her zeal in overseeing every detail of the work to realize her design. She was an inspired and industrious gardener, and put her skills to work not only in the beautification of her own places but also to help others. She was an excellent and generous host. She was a devoted parent to her cats. She was a faithful supporter and active participant in the religious and educational institutions of which she was a part. She was dedicated to her friends. She was not a complainer, and fiught her illness and faced her death courageously.
March 25, 2014
Lucky to have been, to be, one of Vicki's 'anciens eleves', as she introduced me to her francophone mates -- she gladly shared. And she had so very much to share!

A born teacher, she was. I miss her.

We sleep under her quilt now. It's a happy remembrance.
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