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September 20, 2019

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September 10, 2019
She created an early morning gymnastics class for us who were interested in apparatus. that was one of my best memories at school.
September 8, 2019
Sonia and family

Please accept my deepest sympathy and prayers at the most difficult time of your life.Tulli was a wonderful, helpful, supportive, and a very kind person. Her spirit will be with you and she will be forever in your heart. I always enjoyed talking wilh her and will miss her encouraging words.

GOD BLESS and Peace Be With You.

Annette Truax
September 8, 2019
September 8, 2019
To us children, Toolie's arrival was synonymous with fun games, physical exercise, gymnastic tricks, and pure excitement. Her name was uttered as TOOLIE!!!, as in TOOLIE'S HERE!!! My brother and I were her only nephews (no nieces), so she doted on us, and vice-versa. (Actually, though, she always made everyone feel special.) She promised me a bicycle for my 4th birthday if I could learn to stand on my head, which I remember proudly demonstrating for her, and receiving that sparkling blue bike. In my early teen years, she taught me to play tennis and how to ski, and even bought me a set of wooden snow skis, boots and poles (which I still have). I'll always cherish the time I spent with her on the golf course, skiing at Seven Springs, playing 4-handed pinochle along with other family members, at her beach condo in NC, and helping her with her Special Olympics events she organized as a Cal U professor in Special Ed (I acted as a photographer). She loved interacting with special needs children, and her students helped her run the many events, learning valuable lessons all the while. She was the most wonderful aunt imaginable, and truly a one-of-a-kind individual.
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