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July 20, 2018

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August 23, 2016
In loving memory to my sister Cora May who loved and cared deeply for her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren all of her life. She was the glue that kept her family together through all the ups and downs that happens in one's life. She deserves the highest award possible for a job well done.!!! Although we did not live close to each other all these many years I thought of you often Sis and loved you very much. Joyce
August 23, 2016
Condolences to Teresa and family. Keep the memories close during this difficult time. Her obituary is evidence of a life well lived.

Dave Pierce
Cascade High School
Class of 74
August 22, 2016
You will be missed!
August 22, 2016
My Aunt Cora May was someone I always knew I could call if I needed something. Some of my best memories were spending two weeks in the summer at here house when Grandpa and Grandma came to Salem. We would get to walk down to the store for ice cream and play on the slip n slide! When I got my first apartment, she brought me things she thought I might need. I still use the wooden rolling pin to this day! I also enjoyed watching her take care of Grandpa and Grandma, she would stop by after work to see them. The bags of cucumbers she would grow were great also!! You will be missed! Thank you Aunt Cora May for always giving being there!!!