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Condolence From: Steve & Karen Steigelman
Condolence: Bill and family:

Our deepest sympathy to you and your family on your loss.

Steve and Karen Steigelman
Saturday March 18, 2017
Condolence From: DON AND GAIL SCHALLER
Condolence: WE ARE SO SORRY TO HEAR OF MARCI PASSING. WE ARE IN FLORDIA AND WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MAKE THE SERVIES. WE WILL KEEP THE FAMILY IN OUR PRAYERS.
Friday March 17, 2017
Condolence From: Pat and Harold Scharf
Condolence: Lunchroom ladies leave an indelible fond memory in the minds of the students they serve. At St. Martin's I am sure there are hundreds of students who fondly remember Marcie. I worked with Thelma and Marcie many times when our boys were students at St. Martin's. They were a wonderful team and it was so nice to work in the lunchroom. May the angels take Marcie to paradise and may God bless her loving family.
Friday March 17, 2017
Condolence From: Pat and Harold Scharf
Condolence: Lunchroom ladies leave an indelible fond memory in the minds of the students they serve. At St. Martin's I am sure there are hundreds of students who fondly remember Marcie. I worked with Thelma and Marcie many times when our boys were students at St. Martin's. They were a wonderful team and it was so nice to work in the lunchroom. May the angels take Marcie to paradise and may God bless her loving family.
Friday March 17, 2017
Condolence From: Trent & Sharon Lewis
Condolence: Friday, 03/17/17

Dear Metz Family,

We are sorry to have heard about the passing of Mrs. Metz. She was a beautiful person. When growing up at St. Martins of Tours, I remember Mr. & Mrs. Metz playing cards and hanging out with my parents, Mr. & Mrs. Neal Lehane. May God bless Mr. Metz, Bill, and Maria and the rest of your family!

Trent & Sharon (Lehane) Lewis
SMOT Lifelong Member
Friday March 17, 2017
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