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August 21, 2018

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August 13, 2017
Hi Milt, Brett, and Debbie, i feel like ILost a sister. We confided in each other. Susan was the strongest and bravest woman I have everknown. I really miss her and when I return home, I hope I can help you find peace. Herchildren and grandchildren are an am
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August 8, 2017
Dearest Milt,
The Magenta family just heard of Susan's passing and send deepest sympathies to you and your entire family. We will always have those memories specially of our Sox games in April! May these and all your memories sustain you. All our love.
August 3, 2017
Dear Milt,

I am so sorry to hear about Susan. I admired her greatly and will truly miss the opportunity she and I discussed about taking pictures together.

I hope you and your family will always remember the good times and let them sustain you during this difficult time.

Rich
August 2, 2017
The front row, a kiss hello, great food, beautiful flowers, and always with a smart, wordplay joke. This is how I will remember my aunt. She was someone who raised her children to consider others, always the most giving and generous. Her story about the oven cleaner is legendary, and I never tire hearing it. I grew up in her home and still can recall the finality of "Ok you two, it is officially time to go to bed." We listened. Thank you for letting us convert your work table into the championship arena, it was here battles were waged. Lastly, practical and smart gifts, that years later are still used and appreciated. It's all what made the time spent together unique. That's my Aunt Susan.