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•   Norma Nagler (Harwood)  8/30
•   Eric Rasmussen  8/29
•   Jeanne Miller (Stokebrand)  8/24
•   Tom Fitchett  8/5
•   Raeona Rezek (Green)  7/8
•   Mary Corrigan (Lawritson)  7/7
•   Larry Hammers  6/26
•   Reynold McMeen  6/26
•   Barbara Eitel (Malpert)  5/23
•   Sally Ann Hoxie (Cook)  5/7
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1 lives in Alaska
4 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
3 live in California
8 live in Colorado
3 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
1 lives in Idaho
1 lives in Illinois
1 lives in Indiana
1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Maryland
2 live in Minnesota
3 live in Missouri
1 lives in Montana
42 live in Nebraska
1 lives in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
1 lives in North Carolina
1 lives in Ohio
1 lives in Oklahoma
2 live in Oregon
1 lives in Rhode Island
2 live in South Carolina
1 lives in Tennessee
3 live in Texas
3 live in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
1 lives in Germany
1 lives in Philippines
89 location unknown
68 are deceased


•   Richard Barrett  12/29
•   Jerrie Bell (Michaelson)  12/29
•   Nancy Townsley (Geerdes)  12/29
•   Margrethe Plum (Ahlschwede)  1/3
•   Ingrid Sandall (Hutchings)  1/4
•   Gary Palmer  1/8
•   Walter Case  1/10


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An Email From Nadine Turner Jordan:

Vern, I would like to share this with our class. I   wrote it for me, for my sister and friends with dementia, for my friends with physical limitations, for all who need a little extra help and for grandchildren and young people everywhere who can provide that help. I think it applies to all in our class as we try to hang on to our youth yet ease gently into old age.

Be Patient with Me By Nadine Turner Jordan

I am your grandparent, little one.

We laugh together and have lots of fun.

Be patient with me.

I am no longer young.

Many of my life’s verses have been sung.

Be patient with me.

Now I am growing old or so I’ve been told.

Be patient with me.

But it’s not how I feel, so what’s the big deal.

Be patient with me.

Inside my body my bones may be brittle

but in my mind I’m as fit as a fiddle.

Be patient with me.

You can hug me tight -just don’t squeeze with all your might.

Be patient with me.

I may get mixed up and call you the wrong name but I love you just the same.

Be patient with me.

I may have trouble finding the right word But try  to make sense out of what you heard.

Be patient with me.

My memory isn’t as good as it used to be.

You can help me find the right key.

Be patient with me.

I may be kind of slow

and have a hitch in my get-up-and-go.

I took care of you when you were small.

Now I need your help so I won’t  fall.

Be patient with me.

There are more memories on the way

So let’s get started without delay.

Be patient with me.

We love each other without a doubt.

That’s what life is all about.

Be patient with me.