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  1. Bonnie Brule
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    What a great tribute to your mother! She was always so proud of all her girls and then their families! I will really miss her trips up north. She and Diana would come out to the lake for a day to just visit and talk about the old times. I hope as we celebrate her life that everyone can be at peace! You know she is probably celebrating too!!!

  2. Nicholas Livingston
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    Emily was such a wondrous woman. So sad the world has lost such a beaming light, our family sends our love and sympathies through this loss.

    I am pleased to have had the chances we had to share company and conversation and am immensely grateful for the children she raised so well and whose families in turn turned out so well. Good people do not come by accident and Emily is behind so many wonderful people we care about – no small feat. May you Rest In Peace Emily!

    Sending love,

    The Livingstons

  3. Darold Trudeau
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    I will miss her.

  4. Shirley and Dock Chrisfield
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    So sorry to hear of your mother’s passing . Have met her a few times and found her to be a wonderful person.

  5. Sandra B. Williams
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    We received a very shocking phone call from Emily’s daughter, Robbin, informing us of Emily’s passing. We met Emily about 12 years ago shortly after she left Minnesota to make her new home in Florida. Since that day we have considered Emily a member of our family and have enjoyed many conversations and memories. We send our condolences to all of Emily’s family. Our love for Emily is
    true and she will eternally remain in our hearts. RIP our dear adopted cousin, Emily.
    Bill and Sandy Williams

  6. Gary DeLisle
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    Emily was a wonderful friend and neighbor. We attended many events at Woody’s, the Moose, and the American Legion and I always enjoyed her company. She was always sincere and personable with the many friends that joined us. It was a very sad occasion when we lost her presence so quickly and unexpectedly. I’m sure she was greeted with open arms on the other shore.

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