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July 22, 2018

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April 17, 2017
I always enjoyed Larry and Beryl when I visited them as the Parish Nurse at Christ the King. They were both such wonderful people. He will be greatly missed.
April 13, 2017
Dear Sheila,
I so enjoyed knowing your dad. WE were on the Zoo Board together and always had a great time. He was also a special friend to my father-in-law Dr. Steve Brzica.
Deepest Sympathies to you and your family.
Mary Bruns (class of 70) Brzica
April 13, 2017
Our sympathy to Sheila and family in the loss of your Dad. I have fond memories of him. Most recently I was honored to be at the luncheon for the past/present Grand Marshalls of the St Patricks Day celebrations in Sioux Falls with your Dad. I also will always remember when graduating from OG with you, Sheila,-and when I came over to your home- there was your Dad teaching you how to change a tire. As we were going off to college, he felt that was an important thing to know. He was right. Margaret (Donohue) Bruggeman and Jerry Bruggeman