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July 20, 2018

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November 16, 2017
Jack, I was so sorry to hear about Millie. You were both some of our best friends. I will always remember all the good times we had together. I will miss her.

Charles Jakulewicz (Jake)
October 26, 2017
I will always be grateful for my auntie's unconditional love for my mother. She loved her sisters so much, and generously shared that love to their children and grandchildren.

Auntie Millie was always there for me when life was tough, especially at times when I had no one to lean on but her. She always did what she could to support us even from afar.

She will forever be in my heart.
October 24, 2017
She touched our lives and hearts even from miles away. Though I rarely saw her, I grew up knowing her through family photos they would send us each year, and phone calls filled with laughter during the holidays.

I used to write them letters and I remember the excitement I felt every time Lolo Jack wrote back on her behalf. I knew of new cousins, aunts and uncles because of her stories. She loved her family from both sides of the world, and made sure we all knew we were related.

She was warm, kind, but tough. She was the coolest lola in the family.

Her devotion to Lolo Jack is second to none, and it continues to inspire me.

We all dreamed with her as she hoped to be reunited with her sisters in the US. And God gave them a full year together before calling her home.

I will always be thankful for her generosity and love.
Prayers of comfort and peace for those she left behind.
October 15, 2017
I first met Millie in late 1965, or early 1966, I don't remember exactly which one. I was 18 years old, and in the Navy when Jack introduced me, to Millie, as being his long lost oldest son. Millie, with open arms, immediately welcomed me. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to spend much time with either Millie or Jack, duty called me back to Florida.

Many years passed before I was able to see Jack and Millie again. We had lost contact and neither of us knew how to contact the other. I had grown from an 18 year old sailor to a 70 year old man with no hope of seeing them again. Then, one day, in earIy 2017, I received a message, on my computer, stating, "We may be related". Thanks, to Jackie Keith, Jack, Millie and their family and my family were able to meet in February. Millie immediately welcomed not only me, but my whole family into her home.

I didn't get to know Millie for long, but I can tell you that she was one of the sweetest, most kind and generous women that I have ever met. There is no question, in my heart, that she did everything she could to make me feel that I, too, was one of her children. Even though our relationship was short, I already miss her very much.

Jimmie W. (Beatty) Gore Sr.