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Mrs. Enlow Died Last Week

She left the world a better place.

Mrs. Enlow in 1975

I just found out that Mrs. Enlow died.

Her son and I were in the same year in high school and he posted her death at our Class of 1975 Facebook page.

When we met again via Facebook a few months ago, he told me that over the years his mom asked if he had heard from me. I often thought of her as well. I was…

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Vic Napier

Vic Napier

Vic Napier loves living in historic and beautiful Tucson Arizona teaching Business, Psychology and Statistics. Visit his blog at www.VicNapier.com

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