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September 22, 2018

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December 14, 2017
Ben and Chris,

I am so sorry about your mom. Know that we are thinking about you in this time of sorrow.

Janie Stumph Martin
Thelma Bates Stumph
December 11, 2017
Chris and Ben, we loved your mom. It had been years since we'd seen her but she was at the memorial service for Georgia Steres 18 months ago. She looked good and told us that she was battling cancer but was very hopeful. I know she and Georgia had been back in touch -- I think they'd had an opportunity to visit once or twice. Debbie and I spent many hours chatting on the phone during our soccer days. And neither Joe nor I will ever forget the day your dad passed away. I don't remember a more difficult day before or since. Joe and your dad spent hours discussing everything soccer -- they really enjoyed each other. We are so very sorry for the loss of your mom now. You have to be comforted knowing she's been reunited with your dad and her parents. Your mother was one of the nicest, kindest and funny people I've known. I seem to recall a game Chris had on Mother's Day one year when the kids all gave their moms a rose (if I remember that correctly). She loved that so much!! She truly was a wonderful lady and even though we didn't see each other or talk like we used to, I thought of her often and am so sorry she's gone.