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July 16, 2018

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May 20, 2017
March 7, 2017
I have known "Kai" since sometime in early 1988, having met her and her husband Roland while dating their daughter Marie.

As fate would have it, I would go on to to marry Marie, and several years later Kai became grandmother (aka "Mima" - pronounced Mee'-mah) to my sons Conor and Brett.

Although she was no longer my mother-in-law when she passed away on Feb 21st, I remained extremely fond of her, and held her in the greatest level of respect. Ever the kind, gracious and God-loving individual, she was a modern-day "Renaissance Woman", and those whose lives she touched - including mine - will remember her forever.
March 5, 2017
Kay and I were friends since early 1940's; we were maids of honors for each other's weddings and godparents to each other's children. She was a wonderful friend; I will always remember her.
March 3, 2017
I recall driving up to the house once and seeing Mrs. DuSault out front, raking leaves with Cola dashing through the leaf piles, sending them flying. Instead of scolding her, she just laughed at her sweet and silly dog.

Mrs. DuSault always welcomed me into her home graciously, warmly and genuinely. I simply can't remember her without a smile on her face. She was a kind, decent, loving person. I am so sad that she is gone.

Condolences to Matt, Chris, Greg, Marie, Jackie, Nancy. Though many years have passed since I've seen you, please know you are in my thoughts.