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September 20, 2018

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August 29, 2018
Dear Regina,

My brother Peter found the obits of your parents. How fitting that they died so close together- but so much loss for you.
John and Dorothy were such a part of our growing up. They were generous and fun. When I see a fancy hat, I think of your mother! Your dad fixed our cars (and our friend's cars) without telling Mom and Dad. I will have a mass said for them. They were the best!
Love, Mary Jo (Osterman) Scamperle
July 9, 2018
Thinking of Aunt Dorothy with warm thoughts and knowing how happy she must be reunited eternally with her beloved husband, sisters and parents, and all those she loves who are now in heaven. My mom, whom Dorothy affectionately called Dolly, loved and adored her sister so deeply and I am certain greeted her with bells on, as my mom would say. I'm so grateful to Aunt Dorothy and Uncle John for welcoming me to their home when I was fresh out of college hopeful for a start in the real world. Aunt Dorothy and Uncle John made that possible for me and I am so thankful to them. Aunt Dorothy even drive me to my first job interview in California. Those pivotal moments formed my life. My love, thoughts, and deepest sympathy are with you, Regina.