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December 19, 2018

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February 9, 2018
My dear sweet Mae.
I have missed you so much with your sweet smile and contagious laugh. You had brought so much happiness to me! I will always have the chair you made for a little girl not knowing that I would someday have girls to appreciate it! I am praying for your family in this time. I will think of you often.
-your friend
February 5, 2018
The Pennsylvania Cousins send condolences to Mae's Family. She was a special lady and I remember her visiting before she was married. We were little kids and she was in her early 20's. She was full of fun and we all looked up to her.
The cousins include: Marshall- Virginia, Agnes, Kirby-Helen, McCall-Patricia, Frank, Janice, Phil.
We express sympathy to all of Mae's family.
February 5, 2018
Over the past 2-3 years, I've had the privilege of giving Holy Communion to May on numerous Sundays. She and I usually sat next to one another and I got to love her smile, her easy laugh, her tender touch--she lovingly scolded me for my cold hands. One day I told May that she was one of my favorite "old broads." She cracked up and so did I as I held her hand. On another Sunday, she was wearing nail polish and I complimented her on how nice her hands looked. She wise-cracked, "maybe it will get me some extra attention." I will miss your Mom and Grandma. It was an honor to know her and comforting to know she is with God.
February 4, 2018