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January 9, 2020
Floral Arrangement courtesy of
patricia page
Whispering Love Arrangement - BASKET INCLUDED
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January 5, 2020
My sincere condolences to Pat and family. I have fond memories of Jane though out many years. When I taught at Pal-Mac with her, we were elected twice to go and evaluate schools in the Mid-Atlantic district for accreditation. She was a great lady and I am privileged to have known her. One time she was shopping at Penny's at Pittsford Plaza and locked herself out of her car. I pulled in to park and to go into Penny's when she asked if I might help her. Well luckily I was able to unlock her door with a coat hanger from Penny's. She asked me what kind of pie I liked and I told her Lemon -Meringue. On Monday morning when I got to school, there was my pie on my desk. What a GAL!!! May she rest in peace.
January 4, 2020
Jane introduced me to DAR and we shared our love of dolls and sewing.
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