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LilyWe were very sad to learn of the passing March 18, of Suzanne Gunter, daughter of Auxiliary member Pat Ball and sister of Auxiliary member Kathy Laesch.   Services were held in St. Louis on March 22.  Here is a link to the obituary.  

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Our thoughts are with Kathy Wall, immediate past president of the Auxiliary and her family, as they come together to say goodbye to Kathy’s mother who passed away Saturday morning.  The service will be Tuesday.  You can find the details here.

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I have just received word that Shirley Romine’s mother passed away on Friday, November 20, 2009. Services are being arranged and I will pass on more information when it becomes available.

Update: Calling for Shirley’s mother, Ruth Cole, will be Saturday, November 28 in Bloomington, Indiana.  Here’s a link to the obituary in the Indianapolis Star.

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Debi O’Malia started her own company, Crown Jewels, selling fine jewelry last year. She has invested in a large inventory and now diagnosed with Stage 4 Breast Cancer, she is undergoing a very challenging battle. In an effort to help with her finances, her friends are hosting a jewelry party to sell her accumulated inventory. It will be held  this Sunday, November 22 1:00-5:00 O’Malia’s Fireplace Shop 115 Medical Dr Carmel   You are welcome to bring a friend/s! Reminder-Cash or Check only

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I am sad to report that Steven Pearce, son of Day Nursery Auxiliary Past President Judy Pearce and her husband Dr. Michael Pearce, passed away September 1, 2009. Calling is Friday, September 4 and Saturday, September 5. More details can be found here from the Indianapolis Star.

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Our sympathies go out to Day Nursery Auxiliary past president Jamia Jacobsen on the recent passing of her husband Marlyn Kay “Jake” Jacobsen M.K. Jacobsen; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. He passed away August 11, 2009. Additional information can be found in the Indianapolis Star.

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