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July 19, 2018

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June 16, 2017
Dr Peek, you were an amazing woman. Thank you for being a friend. Thank you for sharing your appreciation of nature and literature. Thanks for taking us camping and for treating me like a daughter! You were a pioneer in Alaska and as a Dean. With love, prayers, and abundant respect.
May 19, 2017
Dearest Marge,
What an amazing lady you were! We will always remember your exuberance for life and in particular, your love for literaure. Your fun and enthusiasm brought joy to all, especially to your faimly here in England - your spiritual home. Thank you for the wonderful memories which we will cherish forever.
God bless you always, Zita, Mark and family.x
May 16, 2017
Oh, Marge. Dear, dear Dr. Peek. It's been over 40 years since you had "Mr. Block" and me read dialogue from Shakespeare's plays in your class. You were at once both tough and delightful as a professor, and your enthusiasm for the subject was infectious. You became a dear friend long after graduation, and I regret that we lost touch with each other--through the years I thought of you often. Thank for your encouragement and support--you convinced me that I could write, and I'll be forever grateful for that push. To paraphrase King Duncan in Macbeth: "She was a gentlewoman on whom I built an absolute trust."