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•   Suzy Grubbs (Hensley)  11/1
•   Gail Hix (Camp)  11/3
•   Danny Shields  11/4
•   Steve Parsons  11/5
•   Greg Chapman  11/6
•   Robert Elliott M. D. , F. A. C. E. P.  11/9
•   Danny Gallegly  11/10
•   Kay Gallegly (Hardy)  11/10
•   Elaine Wright (Herring)  11/10
•   Pam Dark (Moncrief)  11/11
•   Monica Stratton (Minter)  11/12
•   Gale Zaylor (Ozment)  11/14
•   Neill Hodges  11/16
•   Mary Beth Deere (Kemper)  11/23
•   Reed Jones  11/23
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•   Gay Nelle Walker (Paresky)  10/30
•   Sharon Grimes (Maynor)  9/22
•   Jackie Yount (Welsh)  9/4
•   Russell Martin  6/29
•   Sondra Blalock (Adair)  6/14
•   Lynda Weaver (Williams)  5/17
•   Carol Dowell (Yardley)  5/10
•   Jim Hickman  5/7
•   David Cates  5/6
•   Gerhard Frech  3/22
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Arizona
4 live in Arkansas
2 live in California
3 live in Georgia
1 lives in Indiana
3 live in Kansas
4 live in Louisiana
1 lives in Maine
1 lives in Michigan
1 lives in Mississippi
1 lives in Missouri
1 lives in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
2 live in Oklahoma
3 live in South Carolina
2 live in Tennessee
248 live in Texas
3 live in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
1 lives in Germany
1 lives in Japan
21 location unknown
64 are deceased

“Life is mostly froth and bubble,
Two things stand like stone.
Kindness in another’s trouble,
Courage in your own.”

– Adam Lindsay Gordon

Let us remember our loss:

A Recipe for Resilience

By Margaret Weis

This recipe has been tweaked over time, so adjust as necessary. 

Sometimes it yields more servings than anticipated. 
Sometimes it needs a bit more of this ingredient or that. 
It comes from generations who have gone before me, and I've added my own flavor along the way. 

A Recipe for Resilience

One part courage
Two parts tears of failure and doubt
One part deep listening
One part each of both silence and laughter
A dash of trust
A pinch of wonder
A heaping scoop of naps and snacks

In a separate bowl, mix together family, friends, and those who challenge you to be your best self, those with whom you disagree.

Add slowly to the larger pot, add a bay leaf for … well, whatever it is bay leaves do, and let simmer for as long as you need (which is often longer than you realize or anticipate).

Keep the heat at an even temperature – hot enough to cook throughout, but not so hot it burns the bottom.

Can be served at room temperature, warm, or even cold if necessary. 
Serve alongside your favorite soft blanket, dog, cat, or other soft item.

Make often, 
Share with others, 
Hold onto the leftovers – you’ll need them after a long day that challenges your soul.



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