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July 18, 2018

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June 15, 2016
Georgia was always a true and loving friend. We shared many work and social experiences, creating a lot of great memories that will survive forever. Rest in peace my friend. You will be missed, but not forgotten.
June 14, 2016
Sending prays to a great classmate that we all loved. Gone way to soon, God speed Georgia you will be missed. Sending prays to her family too. So very sorry.
June 14, 2016
The memories pour in, as we toasted Xerox and the years we were there, albeit we never met. But, we new the same personalities, that shaped both of us. You will be (are) missed by Kathy and yours truly as we bantered at the Franklin's
gatherings. We will catch up one of these days, and we look forward to when Captains met again. Much love, Kathy & Bill
June 14, 2016
Georgia, I remember getting to know you at Xerox in Linden Oaks back in 2002/2003. You were always turning down the thermostat and freezing me out. You always won the game however, and I just learned to live with it.

I came to respect you and your work ethic. You were always the first one at work each day and the last one out. You were one of the hardest working people I ever knew. We lost you too soon Georgia, and you will be missed by many of your colleagues at Xerox. I am keeping you in my prayers. May you rest in peace.