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October 16, 2018

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January 23, 2018
I looked forward to our too seldom visits when she and I went on long drives into the country where we exchanged all the current gossip. In spite of her physical problems, her humor wit and wisdom never faded. I miss you, dear friend!
January 23, 2018
January 22, 2018
Dear Rose was my friend for over 50 years. We were just talking about it a month ago, neither of us knowing how old we were. I loved her, my family loved her she adored my Grandson Alexander because he was like her: find a topic, take a position, do your homework and talk the topic to death righteously. Rose, however, could then laugh about the argument.
Since her knee work, she found it a day trip to drive from her apartment to our house and so she missed some holiday parties. For years she brought Strawberries to our Memorial Day Pot Luck when she got back from Door County and came to tell us how much she loved her family and to brag about each of them, most especially Risa, the smartest woman ever born.
Long before many of them were born there were the bars she and I and Kay Conrad (Also Deceased) graced with our discussions, our cigarette smoke, and our money although we had no extra to spare in those days. Our main meeting places: like Eugene's at Juneau Square, The Iron Horse, the Water Street bars, Pete and Kay Danner's home don't exist anymore, and we didn't smoke anymore and scarcely drank and no, Rose, I do not want to get up early and go to the Alpha Sigma Nu Mass and brunch.
Oh, Rose, I miss you so already and so will Patrick, Kelly, Michael, Kevin, Alex, and Chuck. You will now have found so many old friends and will always be in good company.