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Lucille M. Brandes

NE Mpls, Minnesota

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Dear Ray,
So sorry to see Lucy passed away. I am sure you had a wonderful life together with so many great memories.
It was good to see you almost six years ago and chat about skiing and the good old days of Minnegasco! Jim thought so much of you.
My deepest sympathy to you and your family.

Sandi

Dear Ray & Family,

Our sincere sympathy for your great loss! Our loss as well, we have so many fond memories of our times together!
Sincerely, Don & Marge Pascoe, Venice, FL.

Aunt Lucille was so important to me and my children since my grandma was lost to me so young. She resembles my grandmother and my own mother so much. The kids called her GGA (Great-Great Aunt). I think she wanted to keep it a secret to others of her age by using the acronym. We would visit and she would have lunch with tea, egg salad, Blackies bakery bread, and eclectic plastic dishes. They loved it because it made them feel so special. We love you Aunt Lu.
Mary

Steve,Sue and Brandes Family,
Our prayers are with you in this time of loss.

Jean & the Brandes family,
We were saddened to hear of the passing of your mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May you treasure many good memories with her.
Al & Jean

Prayers and thoughts go out to your family, Margaret. So sorry for your loss.

Margaret, David, Annette, Cameron, and the rest of the Brandes family.

I am so saddened and sorry for your loss. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Ray, Margaret, David, Annette Cameron & all the Brandes Family We send our prayers,thoughts and our love to you all. May God hold you in his arms and grant you peace.

Brandes family - We wish to extend our sympathy for the loss of your wife, mother, grandmother. I remember going to the cabin years ago and skiing with her in the beautiful woods. I always thought it wonderful she enjoyed the cabin and outdoors! She was a second mom to John who seemed to be a foster cribbage kid and John always wanted to let Ray win. Ray enjoyed John's pumpkin pie, but Ray wouldn't share any with Lucy. Ray and Lucy shared love for each other, for their church, their...

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