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August 18, 2018

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May 1, 2018
I just read of Virginia's death. We had lost touch once I left as Pastor At Trinity Lutheran Clawson MI. I just hoped I could reach out to you and let you know what a very special child of God she was and is!!! She vlessdd me with prayer and the love of her Savior. Peace confine yo bless you all!! -Pastor Matt
October 20, 2017
Virginia very much loved being a teacher. My relationship was in a professional way, but it went beyond the business of doing her taxes. I, for the first twenty years, made it my duty to go to her house and we spent hours gathering the information that I would need to complete my job. Always she made lemon bars that I would eat and have tea during our time together. What lemon bars I didn't finish went back with me much to the delight of my staff. There were times that I had brought my daughter with me and Virginia just enjoyed talking to her, it was like a teacher. The end of the bars and tea ended with her moving first into an assisted living in the area then as circumstances occurred, she moved to a new location near her niece, Dinah, in Florida. I have not seen Virginia since those days in Pleasant Ridge, but continued our professional relationship long distance.

The memories that those of us she touched will not die until we all are gone too.

RIP
Richard Gillikin