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September 18, 2018

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January 11, 2018
Dear Donna, Tom and Schumacher Family,

My heart goes out to all of you at this difficult time; so soon after your dad's passing. She obviously missed Frank and wanted to be back next to her lifetime partner. I am so glad you have so many family members to lean on through the grieving process. I'm lifting all of you in prayer and please accept my deepest sympathy.
January 10, 2018
It was nice to get to know Jennie and see her smile as I recalled her name correctly after missing the correct name one or two times in the beginning of our acquaintance. Yes, she corrected me the first time, When I apologized for the mistake and asked her is she knew and remembered my name, she smiled coyly and said that no she didn't. Then she smiled as I believe she recognized the trouble some of us may have with recalling names. So I asked her if she could forgive me for getting it wrong. She said yes, and I always got it right after that time and she always seemed to appreciate this gal who came in a called her by the wrong name once or twice and continued to share greetings and small conversation and even a shared song in chapel service.
Dad and mom and I give you our sympathy for this your earthly loss.
Sue