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August 16, 2018

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December 6, 2017
Dear Uncle Nat:
Although we were separated for many years it was indeed a pleasure to reconnect with you and Marge a few years ago. You were a vital part of our very young life: I recall pictures of you bathing us as babies (a million years ago) and I know you baby sat with us many times. The symbol of Uncle Nat was his SMILE It never disappeared: no matter what. It appears that you had a good life with Marge and her daughter Barbara: who was/is an absolute Saint. I know the Angels in Heaven greeted you with your infamous smile! Please give our beloved Mom and Dad kisses from Shirley, Lenny, Pam and me. Rest in Peace!
Nancy
December 5, 2017
Dear, Unk
As you were always known by your favorite twin nieces. Nancy and Shirley,
Nancy names after Nathan, and Solomon your twin brother that was killed when he was very young.
One memory I have of you if your trying to keep my wedding gown from getting in the snow by St. Marys church in South Amboy, on Feb. 5, 1961, but still your were smiling and laughing like aways, and I was almost in tears.

Your warm smile and laughter will live in my heart forever,
I love you Unk, and always will. I know we will meet in GODS house one day, and you will still be laughing...LU Shirley