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July 16, 2018

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December 27, 2016
Dear Bill and family..I'm so sorry to get a card telling me Lorice passed away..My Deepest Sympathy go out to you and your family..I'll miss my dear friend.

My Condolences
Rose Nakadaira
September 24, 2016
When I was little, you were like a Mom to me, now that I am older, I realize how special those times were. My heart grieves for our loss, but also rejoices in knowing that you are with Kristi again.
Thank you, Janet for sharing with your Mom how I loved her!
Sending my deepest sympathy,
Sue Joplin Hostetler
September 24, 2016
Dear family of Lorice. I just found out from my daughter that she had passed away. So sorry to hear this. I loved our conversations together. Also the visits at her and Bills house. Love to all. Jeanne Harvey
September 21, 2016
My deepest condolences on her loss. I met both her and her husband while working picking strawberries in the summers of my youth, in the 70's at Quong's Berry Farm, while growing up in Boise. They were kind and generous in providing those jobs for my brothers and sisters and friends and I for many years. I am so sorry for what America did to the Japanese-Americans in WWII and so truly appreciate the sweet Japanese-American friends and associates I have had over the years, quite a few. Again, my deepest condolences and am happy she lived such a long, wonderful life.