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Linda Palmer, a beloved resident of Minnesota, has sadly passed away. We remember her life and mourn her death as we honor the legacy she leaves behind.

Remembering Linda Palmer: A Life Well-Lived

Remembering Linda Palmer: A Life Well-Lived

Linda Ellen Palmer, born on March 3, 1946, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, passed away peacefully on November 9, 2022, at the age of 76. She fought a courageous battle with cancer and was surrounded by her loving family until the end. Linda’s parents were Edith (Lenton) and Fred Keil, and she was also predeceased by her stepfather Clifford Ward. She is survived by her devoted husband of 54 years, Bill Palmer, their two sons Jeff (Carolyn) and James (Bonnie), and their four grandchildren Emma, Heidi, Bridget, and Jackson. Linda was the beloved younger sister of Sharon (Lyle Chopp), and she had two sisters-in-law Margaret Nygren (Carl) and Barb Ivison (Barry).

After graduating from United College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1967, Linda met Bill through her mother Edith who worked with him at Eaton’s on Portage Avenue. They got married in 1968 and started their family with the birth of their son Jeff in 1971 followed by James in 1973. Once their children were grown up, Linda returned to work as a School Board Trustee for Winnipeg School Division 1 (WSD1). She eventually retired as the Co-ordinator of Volunteer Services for WSD1.

Linda cherished her home on Ash Street which she shared with Bill for over five decades. She took great pride in her flowers, gardens, and pets. Family meant everything to Linda, and she made sure to shower them with love and affection. She attended all their concerts, recitals, plays, and any other events they participated in. Linda was immensely proud of her sons, daughters-in-law, and grandchildren; they were her greatest accomplishment in life.

Summers were especially dear to Linda. She loved camping, gardening, and traveling with her family. They started with tent camping and eventually upgraded to RV life. Some of their memorable trips included the woodcarving festival at Lake Bronson, Minnesota, as well as visits to Hawaii, Palm Springs, and Disney World. However, what mattered most to Linda was being together with her family.

In 2006, Linda became a grandmother for the first time with the arrival of Emma. This prompted her to retire so she could spend more time with her granddaughter. Over the next six years, Linda enjoyed taking care of Emma and cherished every moment spent with her. She later welcomed two more granddaughters and a grandson into her life.

Linda’s last three years were challenging due to her battle with cancer. However, she remained optimistic and hopeful throughout it all. She received excellent care from the staff at CancerCare Manitoba, Health Sciences Centre, and Riverview Health Centre. Dr. Susan Green provided invaluable friendship, advice, and support during this difficult time.

Linda was an active member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church where she served on the Council as Treasurer. Her faith played a significant role in her life and provided comfort during her final days. The family extends their gratitude to Pastor Ron Long for providing communion to them and Rev. Olive Flett for her support during Linda’s last hours.

Funeral services for Linda will be held on Friday, November 18, 2022 at 2:00 p.m., at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church on Cambridge Street at Corydon Avenue in Winnipeg. A reception will follow the service, and masks are encouraged to be worn during the ceremony.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to CancerCare Manitoba or the Assiniboine Park Conservancy in support of the English Garden project or a charity of your choice.

The Palmer family appreciates all condolences which can be left on the Alternacremation website. Linda will be dearly missed, but her spirit and love will live on in the hearts of her family and friends.

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In Loving Memory of Linda Palmer: A Courageous Battle with Cancer

In Loving Memory of Linda Palmer: A Courageous Battle with Cancer
In Loving Memory of Linda Palmer: A Courageous Battle with Cancer

Linda Ellen Palmer, born on March 3, 1946, peacefully passed away on November 9, 2022, after a long illness and a courageous battle with cancer. Surrounded by her family, Linda fought bravely until the end. She was predeceased by her mother and father, Edith (Lenton) and Fred Keil, as well as her stepfather Clifford Ward. Linda is survived by her loving husband of 54 years, Bill Palmer, her sons Jeff (Carolyn) and James (Bonnie), and her grandchildren Emma, Heidi, Bridget, and Jackson. She was also the beloved younger sister of Sharon (Lyle Chopp) and sisters-in-law Margaret Nygren (Carl) and Barb Ivison (Barry).

Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Linda grew up on College Avenue during the post-war baby boom. After graduating from United College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1967, Linda met Bill through her mother Edith, who worked with him at Eaton’s on Portage Avenue. They got married in 1968 and started their family with the arrival of Jeff in 1971 and James in 1973.

After raising their children, Linda re-entered the workforce as a School Board Trustee for Winnipeg School Division 1 (WSD1). She eventually retired as the Co-ordinator of Volunteer Services for WSD1. Linda and Bill purchased a house on Ash Street that became their home for over five decades. Linda took great pride in her home, tending to her flowers, gardens, and pets with love and care.

Family meant everything to Linda. She showered them with love and affection and made sure to attend all their events – concerts, recitals, plays – anything that brought them joy. Her greatest accomplishment in life was being a mother and grandmother. Linda was tremendously proud of her sons, daughters-in-law, and grandchildren.

Summers were a cherished time for Linda. She enjoyed camping, gardening, and traveling with her family. They started with tent camping before transitioning to RV life. Some of their favorite holiday destinations included the woodcarving festival at Lake Bronson, Minnesota, as well as trips to Hawaii, Palm Springs, and Disney World. But above all else, being with family was most important to Linda. The birth of her first grandchild Emma in 2006 prompted Linda to retire so she could spend more time with her grandchildren. She later welcomed two more granddaughters and a grandson into her life.

The last three years of Linda’s life were challenging due to her cancer diagnosis. However, she remained optimistic and hopeful until the end. Linda received excellent care from the staff at CancerCare Manitoba, Health Sciences Centre, and Riverview Health Centre. She was especially grateful for the friendship, advice, and support from Dr. Susan Green during this difficult time.

Linda was an active member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church where she served on Council as Treasurer. Her faith provided comfort during her final days. Special thanks go to Pastor Ron Long for providing communion to the family and Rev. Olive Flett for her support during Linda’s final hours.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, November 18, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church (600 Cambridge Street at Corydon Avenue). A reception will follow the service, and masks are encouraged to be worn during the ceremony.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to CancerCare Manitoba or the Assiniboine Park Conservancy in support of the English Garden or any charity of your choice.

The Palmer family appreciates condolences left on www.alternacremation.ca.

Linda Ellen Palmer peacefully passed away at Riverview Health Centre on November 9, 2022, at the age of 76. A full obituary and service details will be provided.

Condolences & Memories:

– Barb Hilton remembers Linda as a dear friend from their days at Mulvey School. They were both part of the Old Mulvey Gang and enjoyed getting together several times a year. Linda’s wonderful laugh and warm personality made every visit a pleasure.

– Richard and Sandy Whittom offer their condolences to the Palmer family and encourage them to cherish the memories of Linda. They hope that each passing day brings peace and comfort to the entire family.

– Cindy Leslie, Linda’s hairdresser for over 30 years, expresses her sincere condolences to the Palmer family. She fondly recalls their visits every five weeks, where they would discuss family, children, and grandchildren. Cindy will miss their positive and cheery conversations.

– Pat Moreton (Aunty Pat Chopp) remembers Linda’s beautiful smile that she always wore. Her laughter was contagious, leaving lasting memories of joy.

– Judy Danchura, Linda’s neighbor for forty-four years on Ash Street, shares how Linda’s recent move made her realize the importance of acting upon thoughts. She will miss Linda’s smile, laugh, and love for animals.

– Janet Lowcock sends her thoughts to the Palmer family during this time of remembrance for Linda.

– Donna and Ken Chabluk recall Linda as a sweet and positive person during their time as neighbors on Ash Street. They remember her tending to her flowers in the front yard and always having time for a chat with them and their dog.

– Jeanette McCaskill (nee Dickie) remembers Linda from their days at United College. She describes Linda as a conscientious student with neat handwriting who always had time for extended coffee breaks. Jeanette offers her condolences to Bill, Jeff, James, and the entire family, hoping that their fond memories bring them comfort.

– Vincent J. Bueti expresses his sincere condolences to the Palmer family. He had the pleasure of serving on the Winnipeg School Board with Linda in the early 80s and remembers her as a thoughtful and dedicated Trustee who always prioritized education.

– Lil Arsenault sends her condolences to the Palmer family, acknowledging Linda’s love for her family and how her spirit will live on through them. She wishes them comfort in pleasant memories and happy times.

These are just a few of the condolence messages left for Linda’s family.

Fond Farewell to Linda Palmer: A Legacy of Love and Family

Linda Ellen Palmer, born on March 3, 1946, peacefully passed away on November 9, 2022, after a courageous battle with cancer. Surrounded by her loving family, Linda fought bravely until the end. She was predeceased by her parents Edith and Fred Keil and her stepfather Clifford Ward. Linda is survived by her devoted husband of 54 years, Bill, her sons Jeff and James, and her cherished grandchildren Emma, Heidi, Bridget, and Jackson. She was also the beloved sister of Sharon Chopp and sister-in-law to Margaret Nygren and Barb Ivison.

Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Linda grew up during the post-war baby boom on College Avenue. After graduating from United College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1967, Linda met Bill through her mother Edith who worked with him at Eaton’s on Portage Avenue. They married in 1968 and started their family soon after with the birth of their sons Jeff in 1971 and James in 1973.

After raising her children, Linda re-entered the workforce as a School Board Trustee for Winnipeg School Division 1 (WSD1). She later retired as the Co-ordinator of Volunteer Services for WSD1. Throughout her life, Linda took great pride in her home on Ash Street where she lived for over five decades. She had a passion for gardening and caring for her pets.

Family meant everything to Linda. She showered them with love and affection and attended countless concerts, recitals, plays, and events to support them. Her greatest joy came from being a mother to Jeff and James and a grandmother to Emma, Heidi, Bridget, and Jackson.

Linda loved summers, spending time camping, gardening, and traveling. She enjoyed RV life and made memorable trips to Lake Bronson, Minnesota for the woodcarving festival, as well as vacations in Hawaii, Palm Springs, and Disney World. But above all else, being with family was what mattered most to Linda.

In 2006, Linda’s first grandchild Emma was born. This marked a turning point in her life as she retired to spend more time with her granddaughter. Over the next six years, Linda cherished every moment with Emma and later welcomed two more granddaughters and a grandson into her heart.

The last three plus years of Linda’s life were challenging as she battled cancer. However, she remained optimistic and hopeful until the end. Linda received excellent care from the dedicated teams at CancerCare Manitoba, Health Sciences Centre, and Riverview Health Centre. She was especially grateful for the friendship and support of Dr. Susan Green.

Linda was an active member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church where she served on Council as Treasurer. Her faith provided comfort during her final days. Pastor Ron Long provided communion to the family, while Rev. Olive Flett offered support during Linda’s last hours.

A funeral service will be held on Friday, November 18th at 2:00 p.m. at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church on Cambridge Street at Corydon Avenue. A reception will follow the service. The family kindly requests that masks be worn during the service.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to CancerCare Manitoba or the Assiniboine Park Conservancy in support of the English Garden. Alternatively, donations can be made to a charity of your choice.

Linda Ellen Palmer passed away at Riverview Health Centre at the age of 76 on November 9th surrounded by love and peace.

Condolences & Memories

  • Barb Hilton: So sorry to hear about Linda’s passing. We met at Mulvey School and were both part of the Old Mulvey Gang which for many years got together several times a year. It was always a pleasure to visit with Linda and she had such a wonderful laugh! My condolences to Linda’s sons and their families.
  • Richard and Sandy Whittom: We are very sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. Cherish the memories of her and hold them close to your hearts. May each passing day bring peace and comfort to all of the family.
  • Cindy Leslie: My sincere condolences to the Palmer family. I had the pleasure of being Linda’s hairdresser for over 30 years. Would always look forward to our “visits” every 5 weeks on Thursdays at 1:30. Our conversations were based around family, her children and beloved grandkids and my kids as well. Will miss our positive and cheery conversations. May she Rest In Peace.
  • Pat Moreton (Aunty Pat Chopp): My sincere condolences to the Palmer family. What I will always remember about Linda was her beautiful smile…she never seemed to be without it! Her laughter was contagious…

Linda Palmer will be dearly missed by all who knew her. Her legacy of love, dedication, and devotion to her family will live on in their hearts forever.

Honoring the Life of Linda Palmer: A Beloved Wife, Mother, and Grandmother

Honoring the Life of Linda Palmer: A Beloved Wife, Mother, and Grandmother
Honoring the Life of Linda Palmer: A Beloved Wife, Mother, and Grandmother

Linda Ellen Palmer, born on March 3, 1946 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, passed away peacefully on November 9, 2022 at the age of 76. After a long battle with cancer, Linda showed incredible courage and strength until the very end. Surrounded by her loving family, she left behind a legacy of love and devotion.

Linda was predeceased by her parents Edith (Lenton) and Fred Keil, as well as her stepfather Clifford Ward. She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Bill Palmer, their two sons Jeff (Carolyn) and James (Bonnie), and their four grandchildren Emma, Heidi, Bridget, and Jackson. Linda was also the beloved younger sister of Sharon (Lyle Chopp), and she had two sisters-in-law Margaret Nygren (Carl) and Barb Ivison (Barry).

Family meant everything to Linda. She took great pride in showering her loved ones with love and affection. Whether it was attending concerts, recitals, or plays, Linda made sure to be present for every important event in her family’s lives. She cherished her role as a mother and grandmother above all else.

In addition to being a devoted wife and mother, Linda had a successful career in education. After raising her children, she re-entered the workforce as a School Board Trustee for Winnipeg School Division 1 (WSD1). Eventually retiring as the Co-ordinator of Volunteer Services for WSD1, Linda made a lasting impact on the education system in Winnipeg.

Outside of work and family life, Linda enjoyed spending summers camping, gardening, and traveling with her loved ones. From tent camping to RV adventures, she embraced every opportunity to create lasting memories with her family. Trips to Lake Bronson for the woodcarving festival, as well as visits to Hawaii, Palm Springs, and Disney World, were among the highlights of their travels.

Linda’s love for her home was evident in her dedication to maintaining a beautiful garden filled with flowers. She found joy and pride in tending to her gardens and creating a welcoming space for her family and friends. Her home on Ash Street became a symbol of love, warmth, and comfort for over five decades.

In 2006, Linda’s first grandchild Emma was born. This milestone prompted Linda to retire so she could spend more time with her granddaughter. Over the next six years, she cherished every moment caring for Emma and later enjoyed the arrival of two more granddaughters and a grandson.

During her battle with cancer, Linda remained optimistic and hopeful. She received excellent care from the medical professionals at CancerCare Manitoba, Health Sciences Centre, and the Riverview Health Centre. The support and friendship from Dr. Susan Green meant the world to Linda during this challenging time.

Linda was an active member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church where she served on Council as Treasurer. Her faith provided comfort and solace throughout her life, especially in her final days. The family extends their gratitude to Pastor Ron Long for providing communion to them during this difficult time and Rev. Olive Flett for offering support during Linda’s final hours.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, November 18, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church followed by a reception. The family kindly requests that masks be worn during the service due to current circumstances. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to CancerCare Manitoba, the Assiniboine Park Conservancy (in support of the English Garden), or a charity of your choice.

Linda Palmer leaves behind a legacy of love, strength, and devotion that will continue to inspire all those who knew her. She will be dearly missed, but her memory will live on in the hearts of her family and friends. May she rest in peace.

Linda Palmer’s Obituary: Celebrating a Life Filled with Faith, Family, and Adventure

Linda Ellen Palmer, born on March 3, 1946, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, peacefully passed away on November 9, 2022, at the age of 76 after a long battle with cancer. Linda was surrounded by her loving family throughout her courageous fight. She was predeceased by her parents, Edith (Lenton) and Fred Keil, as well as her stepfather Clifford Ward. Linda is survived by her devoted husband of 54 years, Bill Palmer, her sons Jeff (Carolyn) and James (Bonnie), and her beloved grandchildren Emma, Heidi, Bridget, and Jackson. She is also survived by her younger sister Sharon (Lyle Chopp) and sisters-in-law Margaret Nygren (Carl) and Barb Ivison (Barry).

After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree from United College in 1967, Linda met Bill through her mother Edith who worked with him at Eaton’s on Portage Avenue. They married in 1968 and started their family with the birth of their son Jeff in 1971 followed by James in 1973.

In addition to being a dedicated wife and mother, Linda re-entered the workforce once her children were grown. She served as a School Board Trustee for Winnipeg School Division 1 (WSD1) before eventually retiring as the Co-ordinator of Volunteer Services for WSD1. Linda and Bill made their home on Ash Street for over five decades after purchasing it from its original owner.

Family meant everything to Linda, and she made sure to shower them with love and affection. She attended all their concerts, recitals, plays, and events to show her unwavering support. Linda took immense pride in her sons’ accomplishments as well as the joy she found in being a grandmother to Emma, Heidi, Bridget, and Jackson.

Summers held a special place in Linda’s heart, and she cherished camping, gardening, and traveling. From tent camping to RV adventures, Linda and Bill enjoyed exploring new places together. They made repeat visits to the woodcarving festival at Lake Bronson, Minnesota, and took trips to Hawaii, Palm Springs, and Disney World. But above all else, being with family was the highlight of their vacations.

The birth of her first grandchild Emma in 2006 prompted Linda’s decision to retire. She spent the next six years caring for Emma and treasuring every moment. Later on, Linda welcomed two more granddaughters and a grandson into her life.

Linda faced the last three plus years with strength and optimism despite her cancer diagnosis. She received exceptional care from CancerCare Manitoba, Health Sciences Centre, and Riverview Health Centre. Dr. Susan Green provided invaluable friendship, advice, and support during this challenging time.

Linda was an active member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church where she served on Council as Treasurer. Her faith was a source of comfort throughout her final days. The family is grateful to Pastor Ron Long for providing communion to them and extends special thanks to Rev. Olive Flett for her support during Linda’s last hours.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, November 18, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church on Cambridge Street at Corydon Avenue in Winnipeg. A reception will follow the service with masks encouraged to be worn during the gathering.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to CancerCare Manitoba or the Assiniboine Park Conservancy in support of the English Garden or a charity of your choice.

The Palmer family appreciates condolences left at www.alternacremation.ca.

Linda Ellen Palmer will always be remembered for her beautiful smile that never seemed to fade away. Her laughter was infectious and brought joy to those around her. She leaves behind a legacy of love, faith, and adventure that will forever be cherished by her family and friends. May she rest in peace.

Saying Goodbye to Linda Palmer: Cherished Memories and Lasting Impressions

Saying Goodbye to Linda Palmer: Cherished Memories and Lasting Impressions
Saying Goodbye to Linda Palmer: Cherished Memories and Lasting Impressions

Linda Ellen Palmer, born on March 3, 1946, peacefully passed away on November 9, 2022, after a long battle with cancer. She was surrounded by her loving family throughout her courageous fight. Linda was predeceased by her parents, Edith and Fred Keil, as well as her stepfather Clifford Ward. She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Bill, their sons Jeff and James, and their grandchildren Emma, Heidi, Bridget, and Jackson. Linda also leaves behind her younger sister Sharon and sisters-in-law Margaret Nygren and Barb Ivison.

Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Linda grew up during the post-war baby boom on College Avenue. After graduating from United College in 1967 with a Bachelor of Arts degree, she was introduced to Bill through her mother Edith’s work connection at Eaton’s on Portage Avenue. They married in 1968 and started a family with the arrival of Jeff in 1971 and James in 1973.

After raising their children, Linda re-entered the workforce as a School Board Trustee for Winnipeg School Division 1 (WSD1). She eventually retired as the Co-ordinator of Volunteer Services for WSD1. Linda and Bill made their home on Ash Street for 51 years and she took great pride in caring for their home, flowers, gardens, and pets.

Family meant everything to Linda, and she showered them with love and affection. She attended countless concerts, recitals, plays, and events to support her children and grandchildren. Her greatest accomplishment in life was her kids and grandkids whom she adored.

Linda loved summers filled with camping trips, gardening adventures, and traveling. From tent camping to RV life to trips to Hawaii or Disney World – these were just a few highlights of their family vacations. However, the most important part of these trips was being together as a family.

In 2006, Linda’s first grandchild Emma was born. This marked the beginning of her retirement and she spent the next six years cherishing every moment with Emma. She later welcomed two more granddaughters and a grandson.

The last three plus years of Linda’s life were challenging due to her battle with cancer. However, she remained optimistic and hopeful until the end. Linda received excellent care from CancerCare Manitoba, Health Sciences Centre, and Riverview Health Centre. Dr. Susan Green played a significant role in providing support and guidance throughout her journey.

Linda was an active member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church where she served on Council as Treasurer. Her faith brought her comfort during her final days, and Pastor Ron Long and Rev. Olive Flett provided spiritual support to Linda and her family.

Funeral services for Linda will be held on Friday, November 18, 2022 at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church followed by a reception. The family kindly requests that masks be worn during the service. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to CancerCare Manitoba, the Assiniboine Park Conservancy (in support of the English Garden), or a charity of choice.

Linda Palmer will be deeply missed by all who knew her. Her infectious laughter, beautiful smile, and love for family will forever leave lasting impressions in our hearts. May she rest in peace knowing that she has touched the lives of many with her kindness and warmth.

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Linda Palmer’s Passing Leaves a Void: Remembering Her Joyful Spirit and Kind Heart

Linda Palmer’s passing has left a void in the hearts of those who knew and loved her. She was known for her joyful spirit and kind heart, always bringing a smile to those around her. Her positive attitude and infectious laughter were truly uplifting.

Linda was a dedicated wife, mother, and grandmother. She cherished her family above all else and made sure they felt loved and supported. Attending concerts, recitals, plays, and other events was important to her, as she wanted to be there for every milestone in their lives.

Throughout her life, Linda had a deep love for nature. She enjoyed spending time in her garden, tending to her flowers and plants. Her home was a sanctuary where she found peace and happiness. She also had a special place in her heart for animals and treated them with kindness and compassion.

Linda’s summers were filled with camping trips, gardening adventures, and travels with her family. From tent camping to RV life, she embraced the outdoors and created lasting memories. Trips to places like Lake Bronson, Hawaii, Palm Springs, and Disney World brought joy to her life.

In 2006, Linda became a grandmother for the first time when Emma was born. This marked a new chapter in her life as she retired from work to spend more time with her grandchild. Over the years, she welcomed two more granddaughters and a grandson into the family, cherishing every moment spent with them.

The last three years of Linda’s life were challenging as she battled cancer. However, she remained optimistic throughout it all and never lost hope. The care she received from CancerCare Manitoba, Health Sciences Centre, and Riverview Health Centre was exceptional. Dr. Susan Green provided invaluable support during this difficult time.

Linda’s faith played an important role in her life and gave her comfort during her final days. She was an active member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, serving on the council as Treasurer. Her commitment to her faith and church community was unwavering.

Funeral services for Linda will be held at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, where she found solace and strength. The family encourages attendees to wear masks during the service, considering the current circumstances. In lieu of flowers, donations to CancerCare Manitoba, the Assiniboine Park Conservancy (supporting the English Garden), or a charity of choice would be appreciated.

Linda Palmer will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. Her joyful spirit, kind heart, and love for her family will forever remain in our memories. May she rest in peace.

Linda Palmer, a beloved individual from Minnesota, has sadly passed away. Her death leaves behind a legacy that will be remembered and cherished by those who knew her. Our thoughts and condolences go out to her family and friends during this difficult time.

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