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Clinton Ashley

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Kevin Bratschi

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From Susan (Lark) Wade on March 2nd, 2019
Image Kevin was my first love in 1st and 2nd grade. I remember he was the first boy I had ever sat next to in a movie. I remember sharing a popcorn and pop. We were 10 years old and saw the "Ghost Of Mr. Chicken" LOL. His Mom teases me to this day about what she calls "our crush all through grade school" and it still makes me laugh. I think of Kevin often and it breaks my heart that he died a tragic untimely and unnecessary death. I think of what a wonderful uncle he would have been to Jenny and Greg's 3 boys and all his great nieces and nephews. I know you rest peacefully in the arms of Jesus Kevin still smiling that great smile XOXO
 

Susan Carpenter (Conley)

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Michael Fox

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From Suzanne Lawrence/Browne on April 8th, 2019
Mike was a sweetheart. He was my first boyfriend. He would hold my hand and walk me to my locker. Then one day the principal, I think his name was Mr Flanders, decided that there would be no more hand holding,hugging or any kind of touching each other. Well, that was the end of that.. lol. We were so young.
 
From Shawn (Grundel) Davis on March 21st, 2019
Mike was such a kind and fun friend!  I loved his smile, sparkling eyes and his quiet laugh!  Gone far too soon.  I pray his children and entire family are doing well.
 
From Suzanne Lawrence on March 5th, 2019
Mike Fox, you were my "boyfriend" in 5th grade. You were so sweet when you would hold my hand and walk me to my locker. Heaven has a very special angel and I hope to see you again.
 
From Susan (Lark) Wade on March 3rd, 2019
Mike was a very sweet somewhat shy guy. I wish I would have known him as an adult. I just remember him as quiet, shy, sweet and a great smile.
 

Kathy Witkop (Krumlauf)

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Janice Lobb

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From Suzanne Lawrence on March 5th, 2019
Janice Lobb, you were taken way too soon. It was the summer I moved when my mom got a call and told me she was gone. We always had so many laughs. She would spend the night with me and we would make macaroni salad. Actually we would argue about how much mayonnaise to put in it..then laugh about it later. Janice you are gone but never ever forgotten.
 
From Susan (Lark) Wade on March 3rd, 2019
Janice's death was so devasting for me. We were close friends at the time. I know in school we ebb and flow between friends, but we were close at the time. She was a beautiful, sweet, kindhearted person. She loved to sing and had the voice of an angel. I remember spending the night at her house one night and getting into big trouble from her Dad. We were in Janice's bedroom and we were playing the Supremes song "Love Child." Janice was dancing around her room singing into her hairbrush and her Dad busted through the door, took the record off the record player and broke it in half. Yikes my eyes were as big as saucers. He scared me to death and then he said "Janice you will not listen to or bring this crap into this house"....YIKES lol. My Dad was very scary, but her Dad ran a close second. I look at her pictures in the yearbook and my heart still breaks for her and her family. She was loved by many.
 

Michael Shananaquet

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Shelia Barber (Smith)

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Patty Kaiser (Waterson)

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Lucy Gaspervich (Woods)

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From Shawn (Grundel) Davis on March 21st, 2019
Lucy had a GREAT laugh and smile.  Also, loved her red hair!  I remember one day in Home Ec class Lucy ran the sewing machine needle right into her finger!  YIKES!!  Off to the hospital she went, the entire time smiling!  So sorry to hear of her passing.