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Lighthouse

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Reflecting On a Life Well-Lived

And a career of service

My grandmother. Photo: Author’s collection

This is a story about coffee, state-sponsored gambling, and a life well-lived. It’s the story of Rose Shelton. Many knew her as a coworker and mentor. Others likely can’t recall her name, but remember the influence she had on their lives. Everyone knew her as a bright light.

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