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August 18, 2019

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July 19, 2019
Lonetta sat by us in church I noticed her with the children she always had a treat and hug for them. I will miss her beautiful smile and friendly hello to everyone. Feeling so blessed to have known her.
July 17, 2019
To the Loveday and Brady Families, I was Lonetta's next door neighbor for many years in Smithfield. It ironic but last week I was thinking about people who had made a positive, lasting impression on me and Lonetta was one of the few that came to mind. I had no idea of her illness. We connected on Facebook a few years ago. She used to always beat me when I would go visit in her backyard and play her in teather ball. And I was a year older and taller! When Smithfield City resurfaced the roads on our street (1st South) Jackie Douglass, Lonette and I created a game called holler horsey. The three of us would run along the top of a tall row of piled up dirt and the lead would yell holler horsey. Each of us then had to straddle the dirt pile like a horse and the last one had to lead the next round. Maybe Jeff, the little brother got to play a time or two. What was most meaningful to me were the long talks on her patio about the challenges of being teenagers, how she needed to adjust to Smithfield, being the new kid from California, and just about anything else you could think of. My heart goes out to her family, especially her Husband, Children and Grandchildren. I know how wonderful of a person she was and can't imagine the loss you all must feel. I have not seen her in at least 50 years and I feel the loss also. It is so comforting knowing that you will all be together again someday. Blessings, peace and comfort sent your way.
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