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July 17, 2018

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November 9, 2016
I was a hischool mate of Laura's and later visited at hi school reunions. Always warm and friendly with stories to tell. Our condolences to her family. She was special and will be missed. Gail O'Hearn
November 3, 2016
To "The Great One"--my children's Great Aunt, my dear Aunt Laura: Thank you for making me feel special and loved in my boyhood, and for all of our long phone talks in recent years. Thank you for being the one-and-only you, lumps and all. I love you always.
November 3, 2016
We know this is a great loss to you, Shane and to all that knew your mother. We pray the happy memories you have stay fresh in your mind and safe in your heart. Please accept our condolences.
Love, Teri and Ray
Lewes, De
November 3, 2016
Some additional remembrances about Laura. When we were stationed at the Brindisi Air Station in Italy, we studied Italian. Laurie, true to form, started saying, "Ciao, Baby" and waving whenever she left a group of people. We carried that over throughout our relationship. We would end every conversation with Ciao, Baby! It was such a fitting way to end her obituary. Another memory that speaks to her cleverness and sense of humor is that when we went from Libya to Germany for Christmas to celebrate Christmas in Germany, she found a huge palm branch that she brought with us on the plane that we decorated and placed next to the traditional German Christmas tree in our friends' living room so Libya could be well represented. We sang Christmas carols in front of it and brought a laugh from everyone who saw it. I have so many memories of how Laurie added humor and fun to so many encounters..She was one quick witted, quick thinking, bright and clever person.