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Gloria Becker Obituary
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January 29, 2020

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January 19, 2020
Gloria and Horace were cherished friends. We shared memories at their home and ours,sunny days at Hilton Head and many celebrations. We missed them.
Charles and Marie DeMarco
January 16, 2020
Sorry for the loss of both of your parents. I would have met your mother at Xerox functions. Horace was the first person I worked for at Xerox---part of the 914 team on Orchard Street---also used to catch a ride with him to work. Not many of us left from that crew. I was 21 and just out of school. They supported many causes in the Rochester community.
January 16, 2020
I met Gloria in the mid 1980s when teaching classes at the Gannett School, part of the Rochester Museum & Science Center. She & many of her friends took classes I was teaching on Antique & Collectible Glass & Oriental Antiques. Gloria was a serious collector & connoisseur of art glass & oriental rugs. I had the honor of seeing her private collection & meeting her husband Horace. They were both intelligent & charming people. Horace showed me a doll house he constructed that was a marvel of engineering & craftsmanship, it even had functioning utilities! May both of their souls rest in peace.
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