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July 20, 2018

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July 12, 2015
Mrs. Coburn invariably waved kindly to me when I rode my bicycle past her home as a teen. Her name returns to me easily, across the miles and years, Martha had been an occasional playmate. I'm deeply sorry for your loss.
July 11, 2015
I am so sorry for your loss. Barbara was a mentor and colleague to me. The many children in her care in Weston were so fortunate. She was a wonderful teacher and person.
- Sharon Brady MacDonald
July 3, 2015
To Barbara's family. Barbara was deeply committed to mass Audubon's Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary. As a member of our Sanctuary Committee she was a tireless volunteer. Her passion and energy inspired us all. She will be deeply missed by all of us. With heartfelt condolences. Christy Foote-Smith, former Sanctuary Director (until June 27).
July 2, 2015
To all Barbara's wonderful children-- 7/2/15--I just read about your mother's death and I am unstrung. She was one of my favorite friends. Even tho 84 is a respectable age to leave this world (I also am 84) it seems far too early. She and I went to see Mary Lou Strong last Christmas so I at least got to visit with her then.

I have many, many fond memories--tennis, church, good conversations, etc. I was particularly impressed with her painting after her retirement and she did a great deal for the church.

Some of you know that I have been living in S. Portland, ME the last 20 years and you may or not know I had a stroke 6 years ago which left me with an unusable right hand and a wobbly leg. The worst of it is I can't drive. However, I will do everything I can to get to the service. She meant that much to me.

I know you all, especially the grandchildren, will miss her greatly, as will I.

My Blessings,

Sally Cox