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February 22, 2020

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February 14, 2020
Our deepest condolences to George and his whole family.We are both sorry we never got together more often.She was a fun cousin, and will be missed by all ,I am sure. She loved visiting Romeo and my parents in her younger days.She is with aunt Irene and our lord.
February 13, 2020
February 12, 2020
Thoughts and prayers for the Gordy family. Barbara was my mother's cousin, and they had many good times together. Another angel watching over us all. May she Rest In Peace. - Patricia Padovini-Krause
February 12, 2020
To George, Gregory, and Kathleen.
So sad to hear of Barbara's passing. May she be comforted by God's warm heart and arms in her eternal rest.
She was a 1st cousin and will always leave lasting memories with me of the good times and conversations we shared together.
Growing up through the years were enhanced by wonderful people like Barbara in my life.
Kindly accept my deepest
sympathy and prayers for the family through these trying days.
Cousin Jim Zavislak
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