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July 22, 2018

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December 26, 2016
Mary Ann was my cousin, her dad being my uncle. I recall going to their farm in the 40s and 50's and must have attended her wedding. My twin sister, Judy Gendreau Finch, and I used to play more with Elaine, her younger sister, and enjoyed those days.
But I do remember Mary Ann though I haven't seen her in many years. Left Minnesota for college in Milwaukee, and after graduation, '58, lived there for a year, then went to California with my mother and sister where we joined our husbands. Then we moved to NY, and then Boston where my husband was bureau chief of the Boston Wall St. Journal for five years. We moved to London with WSJ for two years and then back to NY for 25 years. We are now retired on Cape Cod, Massachusetts and spend our winters in Sarasota, Fl. We have three adult children and a bichon frisee, Cherie, 15.
December 26, 2016
August 5, 2016
I taught with Mary back in the late 70s. What a fun and loving lady. Ruth LaDuke
August 5, 2016
I had Mrs. Zlock as my 5th & 6th grade teacher, to this day she is one of my favorite teachers, always will remember her. (I'm 57)