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David L. Horrocks

David L. Horrocks, 68, of Vernal, died March 16, 2001 at his home. He was born March 17, 1932 in Neola, a son of LaVell and Gladys Beeler Horrocks. 
David retired from Utah Concrete Company in Salt Lake City in 1970. He was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He received his endowments in the Salt Lake Temple on June 21, 1985. 
David was a generous and loving person. He was a devoted son, spending many years taking care of his parents. He would do anything for his family and neighbors. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. 
David is survived by his brother, Dale (June) Horrocks, Kansas City, Mo.; sister, Lila (Ralph) McMullin, Roosevelt; nine nieces and nephews. 
He is preceded in death by his parents. 
Funeral services will be held Friday, March 23 at 11 a.m. in the Vernal 1st Ward Chapel. Friends may call at Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary, Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and at the chapel one hour prior to services.
Burial will be in the Vernal Memorial Park under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 

David L. Horrocks

Funeral services for David L. Horrocks, born March 17, 1932 and died March 16, 2001, were held Friday, March 23 in the Vernal 1st Ward Chapel with Bishop Rulon Ewell conducting. 
Ralph McMullin offered the family prayer with prelude and postlude music played by Daun DeJournette. 
Cheryl McMullin gave the invocation and Lila McMullin offered a tribute.
Speakers were June Horrocks and Lyle Glines with remarks offered by Bishop Ewell. 
Ron Walker, accompanied by Daun DeJournette, sang "Wind Beneath My Wings;" and Daun DeJournette, accompanied by Ron Walker, sang "Precious Memories."
Keith McMullin gave the benediction and Dale Horrocks dedicated the grave. 
Pallbearers were Tracy McMullin, David Horrocks, Richard Horrocks, Keith McMullin, William Horrocks and Clayton Horrocks. 
Interment was in the Vernal Memorial Park under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary with compassionate services offered by the Vernal 1st Ward Relief Society.

Theo Lind

Funeral services for Theo C. Morrison Lind, born August 27, 1905 and died March 15, 2001, were held Tuesday, March 20, 2001 in the Maeser 4th Ward Chapel with Bishop Dana O'Crowly conducting. 
Kit Morrison, grandson, offered the family prayer with prelude and postlude music played Sandra Barfuss. 
Henry Mansfield gave the invocation. 
Speakers was Shawn Morrison, grandson, and Greg Morrison, son, with tributes offered by Kit Morrison, grandson, and Vida Clark, sister. 
The congregation sang "O My Father;" Larry and Dorine Allred sang "Come, Ye Disconsolate;" and the congregation sang the closing hymn, "How Great Thou Art."
Bishop O'Crowly offered remarks, Kelly Morrison, grandson, gave the benediction, and John Jones, stepson-in-law, dedicated the grave.
Pallbearers were Chuck Barker, Clark Oviatt, David Jones, Norman Massey, Terrel Oakley and Terry Barker. 
Interment was in the Maeser Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary with compassionate service of the Maeser 4th Ward Relief Society.

Theo C. Lind

Theo C. Morrison Lind, 95, passed away March 15, 2001 in the Heber Valley Medical Center. Theo was born August 27, 1905 in Rexburg, Idaho a daughter of David and Margaret "Maggie" Mitchell Carruth. Theo married Stanley W. Morrison on March 1935, he passed away in January 1965. She married Elmer Lind in June 1966. He passed away in September 1988. 
Theo enjoyed genalogy. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and a member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Theo loved her family and her grandchildren.
She is survived by her sons, Harley (Connie) Morrison, Layton; Grieg (JaNae) Morrison, Heber City; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; three sisters, Vida Clark, Meril Bodily and Dean Welch.
She was preceded in death by her husband; and her parents. 
Funeral services were held Tuesday, March 20 in the Maeser Stake Center. 
Burial was in the Maeser Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 

David Jenkins

David Jenkins, 89, of Lapoint, died March 14, 2001 at his home. He was born Feb. 2, 1912 in Maeser, a son of David Franklin and Nancy Mable Harrison Jenkins. He married his sweetheart Mearl A. Davis on Feb. 11, 1935 in Vernal. She passed away April 29, 1995. 
He loved the mountains and good horses. He would tell people, "I don't just like good hrses, I own good horses!" He was a man who never wanted more than his needs. He never wanted to be better than anyone else he just wanted to be the best he could, and that was good enough. 
His life's hard work was all for his family and his family is what he lived for. He was a true, faithful, honest and hard working man who will be dearly missed. As he closes the last chapter of this life, we bid farewell to the last of his kind, and the last of the real cowboys. He always said, "Never put it off until tomorrow if you can get it done today." David always it done the day before - that's the way he lived his life.
He is survived by his daughter, Alice Clerico, Lapoint; three grandchildren, Dean (Renita) Clerico, Lapoint; Tim (Juli) Harpole, South Jordan; and Valerie (Russell) Ellifritze, Washtucna, Wash; seven great-grandchildren; brothers, Frank (Betty) Jenkins, Craig, Colo.; Jack (Donna) Jenkins, Nampa, Idaho, now serving a mission in Spain; sisters, Reva Workman, Roosevelt; Lou (Ray) Wardle, Neola; and Mearl Horrocks, Lapoint.
He was preceded in death by his loving wife; grandson, Clyde Harpole; two brothers, Earl "Nick" Jenkins; Rex Jenkins; two sisters, Lila Maude Jenkins and Pearl Preece. 
Funeral services were held Monday, March 19 in the Lapoint LDS Ward Chapel with counselor Glen Hartle conducting. 
Tim Harpole offered the family prayer with prelude and postlude music played by LaLyn Green. 
Glenn Horrocks gave the invocation and Glen Hartle read the obituary. 
Marv Hamaker offered remarks.
Earl Reary sang "Silver Haired Daddy of Mine;" Dorothy Luck, accompanied by Lorain Mobley, sang "When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again" and "In The Garden."
Bud Harrison gave the benediction and Edwin Jenkins dedicated the grave. 
Pallbearers were Dean Clerico, Shorty Springer, Frank Jenkins, Tim Harole, Morris Anderson and Dwight Springer. 
Interment was in the Lapoint Cemetery under the direction of Thomson Blackburn Vernal Mortuary with compassionate services of Lapoint Relief Society. 

Dwain Soderquist

Dwain Arthur Soderquist, 82, of Vernal, passed away March 19, 2001 at his home. In his last days, children Dale, Linda, Carol and Pam were with him. He was born Feb. 19, 1919 in Vernal to Carl Arthur and Marie Weist Soderquist. He married Gladys Abegglen on August 24, 1938. They were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple on Nov. 10, 1941. 
Dwain was a renowned and talented saddle maker. Dwain and Gladys owned and operated their leather business for 43 years. Dwain has built more than 8000 saddles. He has built them for movie stars, TV stars, President Roosevelt's son, and many famous cowboys. He has been on TV three times and has had articles in national magazines. 
Dwain served in many callings in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; including Bishop of Venral Foruth Ward; served on the Ashley Stake High Council, Gospel Doctrine Teacher and many other positions. Dwain had a great love for horses and cattle. He also was an avid fisherman and hunter. He shared fifty six years with his loving wife, Gladys. They were very proud of their children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. 
Dwain is survived by his children, Dale Dwain (Sherrie) Soderquist; Linda Soderquist Southam; Carol Soderquist (Eddie) Oaks; and Pam Soderquist (Lee) Gardiner. He is also survived by a very dear friend, Dona Abegglen. He is also survived by 12 grandchildren, Tina, Hal, Brian, Kimberly, Camie, Lindy, Lisa, Ryan, Cory, Kayle, Greg and Trisha; nine great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Elaine Soderquist Rich and Lorna Soderquist Mayberry.
Funeral services will be held Friday, March 23, at 11 a.m. in the Vernal 2nd Ward, 235 East 600 South. Friends may call on Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Spafford Funeral Home and on Friday from 10 to 10:45 a.m. at the church. 
Interment will be in the Maeser-Fairview Cemetery with full military honors by the Vernal American Legion under direction of the Spafford Funeral Home. 

Mary Ann Ufford

Our beloved mother, sister and Nan, Mary Ann Martin Ufford, 63, passed away March 17, 2001 at St. Mark Hospital in Salt Lake City. Mary Ann was born Sept. 17, 1937 in Gorman, Texas, a daughter of Paul Willard and Mary Josephine Clark Sheehan Sr. She married Raymond Roy Martin Jr. He passed away March 9, 1971. Mary Ann then married Willard C. (Bill) Ufford. He passed away Nov. 12, 1998. Mary Ann loved ceramics, camping, traveling and spending time with her family and friends. She always kept her door open for anyone that needed anything. Nan not only raised her own children, she was there for many more.
She is survived by her children, Renda Rae Martin, Vernal; LaRetta Ann Barton and Tim Sweaney, Bakersfield, Calif.; Ronnie Wayne Martin, Vernal; dear friend, Terri McCurdy, Vernal, who was thought of as a daughter; three grandchildren, Cameo Stancliff, Jason Ray Barton and Athena Cargill; two great-grandchildren; sisters and brothers, Sondra (Harold) Silva, Bakersfield; Paul Willard (Ramona) Sheehan, Fort Stockton, Texas; Sheila Moring, Durango, Colo.; Harri (Joe) Lackey, Los Cruces, N.M.
She was preceded in death by her husbands; and son, Roy Calvin Martin. 
Funeral services will be held Thursday, March 22 at 11 a.m. at Thomson Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. Friends may call Wednesday from 6 p.m to 8 p.m. and one hour prior to the services. 
Burial will be in the Vernal Memorial Park under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 
We love and miss you dearly. We know you are resting on a mountain high. 

Enid Rothwell

Enid Nielsen Rothwell, returned to her Heavenly Father and loved ones on March 24, 2001, in Vernal while she was visiting her daughter. She was born Feb. 15, 1921 in Provo, a daughter of Ornal (Swede) and Luella Nielsen. She spent her youth in the Provo - Springville area. She married Ted James Rothwell in Provo, on May 20, 1940. Later they were sealed together in the Idaho Falls Temple. They began their married life in the Leslie/Darlington area and later moved to Mackay, Idaho. 
Enid was always an active person. Her greatest joys were her family and service to other people. She was active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She spent many hours volunteering at the local schools, watching their extra curricular events. She was an active member of the community helping with events such as: the annual Mackay Barbecue, County Fair, and Lady Lions. She enjoyed working as an EMT until she was 78 years old and currently continued limited activity with the EMTs. She loved to travel and get together with her family and extended family. 
Enid is survived by her children: Lynn (Arvella) Rothwell, Darlington, Idaho; Karen Monsen, Darlington; Janette (Byron) Bailey, Challis, Idaho; Anita (Cody) Calder, Vernal; Rex (Gay) Rothwell, Terreton, Idaho; and Tony (Carol) Rothwell, Rexburg, Idaho; 29 grandchildren; and 20 great grandchildren. She is also survived by brothers and sisters, Bill Nielsen, St. George; Edward Nielsen, Payson; Robert Vietor, Concord, Calif.; Ron Nielsen, Boise, Idaho; Colleen Nielsen, Bountiful; and Cheryl Nielsen, Concord.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Ted, and an infant son, Keith; as well as a sister, Una Mories; and a brother, Reid Nielsen. 
Funeral services will be held on Thursday, March 29 at 1 p.m. in the Mackay, Idaho Ward Chapel with Bishop Evan Sayer conducting. Friends may call on Wednesday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Simpson-Marvel Memorial Chapel in Arco, Idaho, and on Thursday, one hour prior to services at the chapel in Mackay. 
Interment will be in the Mt. McCaleb Cemetery in Arco. 
Services are under the direction of the Spafford Funeral Home in Vernal and the Simpson-Marvel Memorial Chapel in Arco. 

W. Boyd Peay

Walter Boyd Peay, 75, of Orem, passed away on March 19, 2001 at Provo. He was born May 20, 1925 in Provo to Blake and Sadie "Boyd" Peay. 
Boyd was the grandson of the former Utah County Sheriff and Provo Chief of Police, John D. And Hannah Peterson Boyd. He was also a grandson of the former Provo Water Master, Walter and Margaret Farrer Peay. 
Boyd graduated from Provo High in 1943, after which he was drafted into the United States Army Air Corps. Upon discharge from the Army, he attended BYU from 1944 to 1949, majoring in music. Boyd played with various dance bands on campus and played in the great "Talk of the Town" band located between Provo and Springville during 1948-49. 
He married Norma Reiss, they later divorced. There were no children. 
Boyd lived in Los Angeles, Calif., for 15 years where he played in various bands including the Los Angeles Community Band in Covina. While living in Las Vegas, Nev., he played with the Community Band for two years. Recently he had been playing each year with the Payson Summer Band at the Payson City Park. 
Boyd has been a musical instrument repairman for the past 36 years. He was presently working through Boothe Brothers Music in Spanish Fork, and Bill Harris Music in Provo. He had repair shops in Los Angeles, San Jose, Calif., Las Vegas, Alaska, and Boise, Idaho. During the seven years in Boise, he was the sole repairman for the entire Boise School system. Upon returning to Utah he worked for Riverton Music for three years, then moved to Orem where he set up shop at his home. He taught lessons and enjoyed working with students and teachers in the school districts. 
Boyed has been blessed with many close friends in the music business and enjoyed close relationships wherever he was. He was an avid collector of Jazz history and recordings. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and held the office of an Elder.
He is survived by his brother, Blake V. (Lori Lee) Peay Jr., of Randlett; and sisters, Beverly Brough, Rock Springs, Wyo.; and Bonnie (Steve) Shaffer, Lake Shore. 
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, parents, and a younger brother, Byron. 
Boyd leaves many cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews who he loved very deeply. He was a great admirer of nature and God's handiwork. He loved flowers and the mountains. He hated hunting and fishing and would rather listen to jazz.
Funeral services were Thursday, March 22 in the Walker Sanderson Funeral Home in Orem. 
Burial was in the Vernal Memorial Park with full military rites.

Ramona Viuda de Villalobos

Funeral services for Ramona Perez Viuda de Villalobos, born April 28, 1929 and died March 19, 2001, were held Wednesday, March 21 in the Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 
Ramona was born in Cuauhtemoc Chih, Mexico to Juan Perez and Soledad Marquez. 
Interment was in Mexico under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 

Dwain Soderquist

Funeral services for Dwain Arthur Soderquist, born Feb. 19, 1919 and died March 19, 2001, were held Friday, March 23 in the Vernal 2nd and 4th Ward Chapel with Bishop H. Karl Swain conducting. 
Lee Gardiner offered the family prayer with prelude and postlude music played by Mike Karren. 
Greg Gardiner gave the invocation and Pam Gardiner read the eulogy. 
Speakers were Ray Nash, Dale Soderquist, Linda Southam, Kimberly Southam and Carol Oaks. 
Kathy Deets and Geri Benedicto, accompanied by Mike Karren, sang "How Great Thou Art;" and Geri Benedicto, accompanied by Mike Karren, sang "Remember Me."
Camile Smith played a piano solo, "Abide With Me."
Bishop Swain offered remarks. 
Lowell Long gave the benediction and Eddie Oaks dedicated the grave. 
Pallbearers were Cory Gardiner, Greg Gardiner, Bryan Soderquist, Chad Prince, Kayle Gardiner, Hal Soderquist, Scott Finn and Ryan Smith. 
Interment was in the Maeser-Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Spafford Funeral Home with compassionate services offered by the Vernal 2nd Ward Relief Society.

Mary Ann Ufford

Funeral services for Mary Ann Martin Ufford, born Sept. 17, 1937 and died March 17, 2001, were held Thursday, March 22 in the Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary with Mitch Blackburn conducting. 
Favorite melodies were played for prelude and postlude music.
Speaker was Richard "Dick" Ufford with tributes offered by family and friends.
Recordings of Willie Nelson singing "Blue Skies" and "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain" were played, as well as Vince Gills' version of "Go Rest High On That Mountain" and "Amazing Grace."
Terri McCurdy gave the benediction and Bill McCurdy dedicated the grave. 
Pallbearers were Jeff Jaramillo, Ronnie Martin, Jason Barton, Denum Atwood, Tim Sweaney and Cris Melton. 
Interment was in the Vernal Memorial Park under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 

Robert Elzy Nielsen

Funeral services for Robert Elzy Nielsen, born Dec. 30, 1963, died March 24, 2002, were held March 28 at the Duchesne 3rd Ward Chapel. Pallbearers were Kevin Hackford, Kent Nielsen, M. Clay Nielsen, Todd Nielsen, Kelly Mitchell and Billy Walk. Honorary pallbearers were Alvin Nielsen, Justin Benson, Mark E. Nielsen, Butch Marshall, Cody Walk, Donny Marshall and Jeff Jaramillo. Duchesne 3rd Ward Relief Society provided compassionate services.
Alvin Nielsen (nephew) gave the family prayer. Prelude and postlude music were provided by Joan Foy. The invocation was given by Lisa Majors (niece). Lynn Hackford sang "When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again," I Overlooked an Orchid," and at the Cemetery, "Singing Waterfall." Rodney Rowley presented a family history, and Kietra Nielsen (daughter) recited a poem. David Rasmussen (friend) was speaker, and Bobbi-Jo Jaramillo (niece) offered closing remarks. Fay Herget (niece) gave the benediction. Kent L. Nielsen (brother) dedicated the grave in the Duchesne City Cemetery, directed by the Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary.The End

Elsie Henry Ashby Morrill

Elsie Henry Ashby Morrill, 93, passed away March 7, 2002 in Orem. She was born Jan. 15, 1909, in Vernal, a daughter of Albert Monroe Henry and Abbie Viola Goodrich Henry. Elsie was raised in Naples and lived most of her life in the Vernal area. She was married to the late Rulon Ashby of Vernal and later to the late Ellis Morrill of Fort Duchesne. She loved the outdoors and hunting and fishing. Her love for animals was well known and shared with her grandchildren. She is survived by her three children, Gary H. (Mildred) Ashby, Lila (Ted) Thacker, and Ken (Anita) Ashby; 16 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren.
Graveside services will be held at the Vernal Cemetery at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 6. Sundberg-Olpin Mortuary is providing the services, and should be contacted for more information (801)225-1530.

Howard George Funk

Howard George Funk, age 67, left this earthly home to return to his Heavenly Father on March 26, 2002. He passed away in the arms of his wife in the comfort of his home.
Howard was born in Roosevelt on Oct. 6, 1934 to George Francis and Lydia Ann Jenkins Funk. He spent a happy childhood in Myton. He was a star athlete at Wasatch Academy in Mount Pleasant, lettering in football, basketball, and track. In 1952, Howard broke the school record for the 440 yard dash held by his father since 1928. He was named outstanding student athlete in his senior year. He attended Utah State University on a football scholarship.
Howard met Gwen Holgate on Jan. 1, 1956. They fell in love and were married on March 15, 1956. Their marriage was solemnized in the Manti Temple on June 21, 1962. Howard and Gwen are the parents of five children: Debra Ann (Randy) Montgomery, Richardsville, Va., George Howard, West Covina, Calif., Bradley Frank (Stacy) Funk, Spring Creek, Nev. Howard was a truck driver for 42 years for Link Trucking, Wycoff Trucking and Jack B. Kelly Trucking. During his long career, he had no traffic accidents. He and Gwen were team drivers for five years in the 1990s and they traveled throughout the United States and Canada. Howard loved to hunt, fish, hike, camp, and canoe with his family and friends. He and Gwen built their house with their own hands in 1961. Howard was an expert wood craftsman and enjoyed making clocks, boxes, and other gifts for his family.

Vern F. Batty

Funeral services for Vern Ford Batty, born Nov. 1, 1924 and died May 17, 2000, were held Monday, May 22 in the Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary with Harmon Hogkinson conducting.
Bruce Kendall offered the family prayer. 
Prelude music was a recording of "Grandpa, Tell Me About the Good Old Days," by The Judds. 
Allen Batty gave the invocation. 
Speakers were Milton Searle and Dez Murray. 
Joe Marts sang "Ballad of Vern Batty."
Wade Robbins, David Batty and Tina Cumberledge offered closing remarks. 
Postlude music was a recording of "Johnny Reb" sung by Johnny Horton.
Dan Volz gave the benediction and Craig Batty dedicated the grave.
Pallbearers were Neil Batty, David Batty, John Cumberledge, Brad Batty, Jack Cumberledge and Jason Adams. 
Interment was in the Vernal Memorial Park with military honors offered by the VFW and American Legion. 
Services were under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary with compassionate services offered by the Vernal 2nd Ward Relief Society.

E. Joseph Winder

Edwin Joseph Winder, 92, passed away on July 24, 2002 in Salt Lake City from causes associated with an accident in his home. He was surrounded by his loving family.
He was born on August 12, 1909 in Vernal to Edwin Joseph and Ada Calder Winder. He married Virginia Dykes on Feb. 3, 1942 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.
Joseph graduated from Uintah High School and Brigham Young University (Accounting); accountant for Vernal Motor Sales; owner/manager of Vernal Office Supply.

Geraldine Sinclear

Geraldine Lord Sinclear, "Mary Ann's Mom," age 91, beloved mother,
grandmother and friend, died July 22, 2002 at the home of her daughter
in Lapoint of causes incident to age.

A. LaRue Pickup

Alton LaRue Pickup age 88, of Randlett, passed away July 22, 2002 at the
Uintah Basin Medical Center.
LaRue was born Oct. 17, 1913 in Roosevelt to Alton and Ada

Revella Lopez

Revella Lopez, age 71, passed away July 24, 2002 at the Uintah Care Center. Revella was born Jan. 8, 1931 to Erin Ray and Artie Roberts Kimball of Vernal. Revella married the late Nick Murray in 1950. They had six children, later divorced. She married Daniel Lopez in 1970, later divorced. Revella enjoyed the outdoors and especially loved flowers. She loved to crochet and was known for her huge batches of fantastic fudge. She loved spending time with her family. She adored her grandchildren. Revella always put others before herself. Everyone whose lives she touched loved her. She'll be missed and always hold a special place in all our hearts. 
She is survived by children, Gayla (Wayne) Griswold of Roosevelt, Marilyn (Gary) Baker of Rigby, Idaho, Lana (Tim) Bonnet of Vernal, Kathy (Bob) Roberts of Roosevelt, Rick Murray of Vernal, Ray (Susan) Murray also of Vernal; brothers and sisters, Donna Harrison of Vernal, Velma Wilkins of Vernal and Don Kimball of St. George; 22 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren.
Revella is preceded in death by her parents, Erin Ray and Artie Roberts Kimball; brothers, Ray Wilkerson and Ervin Wilkerson; two granddaughters, Cami Jo Murray at age 4 and Jacqualine Murray an infant.

Erma Chivers Semas

Erma Chivers Semas died July 15, 2002 at her home in Lathrop, Calif.
She was born August 24, 1934 to Clyde and Ina Chivers. She married Roy Winn in Salt Lake City, in 1951, later divorced. They had one daughter, Susan Gail Walls of Atwater, Calif. She married Jerry Semas in 1998 in Reno, Nev.
Erma attended the old Naples Elementary School and Uintah High School. She later received her high school diploma from the Manteca Adult Education Program in Manteca, Calif.
Erma was a successful business woman, an entrepreneur and an accomplished doll maker. She also opened her home to children in unfortunate circumstances.


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