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I'll keep doing it 'as long as I can'

Apr 4, 2014 | 2 Comments

By Jeb Bladine
Of the News-Register

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08:08 am - Sat, April 5 2014
lbernards said:
Thank you for sharing your thoughts. Our family agrees with you whole heartedly. Dad will be missed. But his stories and his lessons will be remembered.
07:21 am - Sat, April 26 2014
Eleanor said:
Another person who passed without comment was Bernice Brown, who was one of the first residents of then Hillside Manor. Without her pushing, the Manor most likely would not have been built.

As her family did not post an obituary, nor schedule any services, little notice was taken of her 105 years of life. A short, impromptu memorial was held at her church, Methodist, and a short bio will soon be published in the Hillside Highlights.

such a lack of appreciation for a remarkable life and a remarkable woman.

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