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September 21, 2018

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December 22, 2017
To the Piazza Family. Please know that I sent a very lengthy condolence message to you ( via here ) the day after hearing the news. I don't know why it has never been published. I have been in contact with, but we are going to try this again.
*** You know I cried upon hearing the news. How could I not? I loved Aunty Barbara and there are so many wonderful stories through the decades, but I cried also to know that she is free. She will spend her Christmas with the King of Kings and will no longer have to contend with the illness that stole from her in bits and pieces. *** All are whole now. *** In reflecting on Aunty 'Babs" through the years, the very first thing that came to mind was how much she loved her family. Whenever I ran into her, I heard about everyone and how they were doing. These were not short stories ( smile ), I heard ALL the details. She was very proud of you--always. Her stories were accompanied by her ever present smile and a little 'wicked' sense of humor, which I thoroughly enjoyed! ( smile ). *I also remember learning a life lesson from her as a child ( we will leave that as our secret--her and I -- nothing too terrible, but she taught me this principle, and I am grateful. I had a chance to say that to her during one of my visits.* I vividly remember her compassion and her caring heart and how she wrapped her arms around my mother as she stood at my fathers casket not knowing how she was going to forward in life. Your mom was right there in word and action for her lifelong friend. * I have to smile now thinking that the Fox, the Moose and their brides are all together again in heaven. It's going to be a heck of a Christmas! I know the 'firsts' are hard, I know that all of you know the power of memories and all that was shared. I will be thinking of you and holding you close in thought and prayer. * Hers was the first Christmas card I wrote this year and it was mailed at the beginning of the week she went home. Isn't that something. * I will miss her and I will personally continue my efforts to be part of the solution for the first White Flower ( symbolizing the first Alzheimers Survivor ). RIP Aunty Barb. *** Pegums *** I don't remember if it was you or Uncle Roy who gave me that name, but I always liked it, and I sure do like that you remembered it and used it on our couple of visits. ********************** Love, Peggy Martino
December 10, 2017
To all of Barbara's family, my deepest sympathy. I knew Barbara and her brother (we called him Sonny) years ago and was happy to meet her again years later at Marc Czapla's dentist office.