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October 21, 2018

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January 30, 2018
We lived next door to Geneva and Roy in Shenandoah since 1975 as neighbors and had many talks across the back fence. They were always there if we needed help of any kind. I am so glad that Barbara and her husband now live next door to help keep memories of Roy and Geneva in our hearts. Our prayers go out to all the family.

Carolyn & Thomas Snowdon
January 28, 2018
I remember her...

Smile on a sad day, her beautiful laugh that filled the room with joy. Her constant talking about how amazing everyone in our family was. Her encouraging everyone brought a smile to my face. She was always so happy till the day she passed. She always would talk to everyone and make everyone smile. I loved her.

Her Great Granddaughter,
Harley Hart
January 28, 2018
Aunt Geneva was my youngest aunt and the one I most identified with. At Grandma Wolff's house on Sunday afternoons when we gathered for meals, homemade ice cream, and watermelon, In the summer of 1954 or 1955, when Connie was very young, she was working at home addressing envelopes and she asked me to come over in the mornings to play with Connie. She and I discussed my boyfriend problems, my teenage skin problems, etc., etc. I have always thought of Aunt Geneva fondly.

Lois Wolff Holmbeck
January 28, 2018
I remember the sweet lady was always smiling and friendly. Always cutting up. Enjoyed being around her and Roy. Love them both.

Always caring for others.

John and Millie Ellis