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Morris LEVITCH

M, #I11601, b. 23 June 1924, d. 30 November 1999

Family

Marriage 1 : Betty Rose STUDNA , b. 14 August 1924, d. 13 May 1998

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,
  2. 1940 census online,

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Peter LEVITCH

M, #I11602, b. 17 December 1893, d. 24 October 1970

Family

Marriage 1 : Rose KRIPSTEIN , b. 10 April 1893, d. 08 September 1954

  1. Morris LEVITCH, b. 23 June 1924, d. 30 November 1999
  2.    Sara R LEVITCH, b. abt. 1922
  3.    Gertrude LEVITCH, b. abt. 1920
  4.    Marcus LEVITCH, b. abt. 1934

Marriage 2 : Rose BRESEL

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Rose KRIPSTEIN

F, #I11603, b. 10 April 1893, d. 08 September 1954

Family

Marriage 1 : Peter LEVITCH , b. 17 December 1893, d. 24 October 1970

  1. Morris LEVITCH, b. 23 June 1924, d. 30 November 1999
  2.    Sara R LEVITCH, b. abt. 1922
  3.    Gertrude LEVITCH, b. abt. 1920
  4.    Marcus LEVITCH, b. abt. 1934

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Marcus KRIPSTEIN

M, #I11604

Family

Marriage 1 : GERTRUDE

  1. Rose KRIPSTEIN, b. 10 April 1893, d. 08 September 1954

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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GERTRUDE

F, #I11605

Family

Marriage 1 : Marcus KRIPSTEIN

  1. Rose KRIPSTEIN, b. 10 April 1893, d. 08 September 1954

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Morris Yuda LEVITCH

M, #I11606

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. Peter LEVITCH, b. 17 December 1893, d. 24 October 1970

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Irving LESSER

M, #I11607

Sources

  1. Morton Jessup ROSE genealogy,

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Rose BRESEL

F, #I11608

Family

Marriage 1 : Peter LEVITCH , b. 17 December 1893, d. 24 October 1970

Marriage 2 : Nn DANIELS

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Nn DANIELS

M, #I11609

Family

Marriage 1 : Rose BRESEL

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Sara R LEVITCH

F, #I11610, b. abt. 1922

Sources

  1. 1940 census online,

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Gertrude LEVITCH

F, #I11611, b. abt. 1920

Sources

  1. 1940 census online,

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Marcus LEVITCH

M, #I11612, b. abt. 1934

Sources

  1. 1940 census online,

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Julius GOLAD

M, #I11613, b. 10 July 1881, d. 10 December 1968

Family

Marriage 1 : Sarah Bessie MINOWITZ , b. 14 March 1888, d. 25 July 1970

  1. Louis GOLAD, b. 17 May 1921, d. 02 December 1998
  2.    Sylvia GOLAD, b. abt. 1913
  3.    Frank GOLAD, b. 17 May 1921, d. 21 December 2006
  4.    David M GOLAD
  5. Bernice GOLAD

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Sylvia GOLAD

F, #I11614, b. abt. 1913

Sources

  1. 1930 Census online,

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Frank GOLAD

M, #I11615, b. 17 May 1921, d. 21 December 2006

Sources

  1. 1930 Census online,
  2. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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David M GOLAD

M, #I11616

Sources

  1. 1930 Census online,

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Bernice GOLAD

F, #I11617

Family

Marriage 1 : Jake GREENBERG m. 22 January 1928 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA, b. 15 November 1900, d. 09 December 1949

  1.    Marvin GREENBERG
  2. Rosalie GREENBERG

Marriage 2 : Samuel GORELICK , b. 24 October 1889, d. 27 January 1972

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Sarah Bessie MINOWITZ

F, #I11618, b. 14 March 1888, d. 25 July 1970

Family

Marriage 1 : Julius GOLAD , b. 10 July 1881, d. 10 December 1968

  1. Louis GOLAD, b. 17 May 1921, d. 02 December 1998
  2.    Sylvia GOLAD, b. abt. 1913
  3.    Frank GOLAD, b. 17 May 1921, d. 21 December 2006
  4.    David M GOLAD
  5. Bernice GOLAD

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Falleck GOLAD

M, #I11619

Family

Marriage 1 : BRINDEL

  1. Julius GOLAD, b. 10 July 1881, d. 10 December 1968

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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BRINDEL

F, #I11620

Family

Marriage 1 : Falleck GOLAD

  1. Julius GOLAD, b. 10 July 1881, d. 10 December 1968

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Irya MINOVITCH

M, #I11621

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. Sarah Bessie MINOWITZ, b. 14 March 1888, d. 25 July 1970

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Jake GREENBERG

M, #I11622, b. 15 November 1900, d. 09 December 1949

Family

Marriage 1 : Bernice GOLAD m. 22 January 1928 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA

  1.    Marvin GREENBERG
  2. Rosalie GREENBERG

Sources

  1. Jackson County Missouri marriage records online, http://records.jacksongov.org/results.asp
  2. Missouri death records online at http://www.sos.mo.gov, Online death certificates

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Samuel GREENBERG

M, #I11623

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. Jake GREENBERG, b. 15 November 1900, d. 09 December 1949

Sources

  1. Missouri death records online at http://www.sos.mo.gov, Online death certificates

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Marvin GREENBERG

M, #I11624

Sources

  1. 1940 census online,

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Rosalie GREENBERG

F, #I11625

Family

Marriage 1 : Marcus Coleman BRAND , b. 16 January 1934, d. 22 May 1962

Notes:

January 26, 1955 from the KC Star

A RECENT BRIDE-Mrs. Marcus Coleman Brand, who before her recent marriage was Miss Rosalie Greenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gorelick. The ceremony took place in the Grand ballroom of the Hotel Muehle- bach.

Sources

  1. 1940 census online,

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Samuel GORELICK

M, #I11626, b. 24 October 1889, d. 27 January 1972

Family

Marriage 1 : Bernice GOLAD

Marriage 2 : Pearl BASS , b. abt. 1906, d. 08 August 1949

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Solomon J GORELICK

M, #I11627

Family

Marriage 1 : Cheshna KIMMELMAN

  1. Samuel GORELICK, b. 24 October 1889, d. 27 January 1972

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Cheshna KIMMELMAN

F, #I11628

Family

Marriage 1 : Solomon J GORELICK

  1. Samuel GORELICK, b. 24 October 1889, d. 27 January 1972

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Pearl BASS

F, #I11629, b. abt. 1906, d. 08 August 1949

Family

Marriage 1 : Samuel GORELICK , b. 24 October 1889, d. 27 January 1972

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Marcus Coleman BRAND

M, #I11630, b. 16 January 1934, d. 22 May 1962

Family

Marriage 1 : Rosalie GREENBERG

Notes:

d-Express and Daily Iowegian, Centerville, IA

March 31, 2009
That Flight 11 Crash: A follow-up story, Part III of III

By Duane Crawford - Unionville, Mo. correspondent
In addition to private citizens playing a huge role after Flight 11 had crashed, the National Guard in Centerville was called to provide security around the crash site and to control the hordes of media and curiosity seekers.

Gerald Brown, a combat veteran of World War II and Korea, was a member of that unit. A Livonia Missouri native, he still has unpleasant memories of his experiences during the security mission. Besides Gerald, many local and distant citizens have sent me very interesting memories of the crash. Too numerous, in fact, to describe them all.

Words cannot describe my gratitude to Andrew Russell, that 24-year old aviation enthusiast, who established the Continental Airlines Flight 11 blog. Because of him, I am gradually making contact with families and friends of the victims.

Fredianne Gray, the daughter of Captain Fred Gray, was the fist to e-mail me. Her father was the pilot and a 23-year-old veteran of the airlines. She wrote, “I never guessed anyone other than families and friends of those on board Flight 11 would take an interest. It was surprising to me to learn that in the United Kingdom students learn about Flight 11 as part of modern history, as the first act of terrorism. It warms my heart that there would be some people in the United States who care.

“My mother was pregnant with me at the time of the crash. She passed away a number of years ago. She wasn’t able to stay connected with the Continental community and never remarried. Her grief was too great. I know, though, that she would be deeply touched by what your community is doing. Please accept my heartfelt thank you, for both of us.”

Tina (Brand) Nolan is the daughter of Marcus Brand, a passenger on Flight 11. She wrote, “I was 4-years-old when my father died in that crash. My brother, Jordan, was 4-months-old. My mother, Rosalie Brand, just recently passed away. At the time of his death, my father was a sales manager working for his family business, Brand and Puritz Garment Company, located in Kansas City, Mo.”

She later wrote, “All the information you have provided is a bit overwhelming. At this moment in time family members are reluctant to discuss information about who we are today. Please understand. Our mother did remarry. It’s not that the events of our father’s death were a forbidden subject. It was just not mentioned. But we are most appreciative for everything you are doing.”

In a recent e-mail, Tina wrote, “Thank you for continuing to share your writings with me. This past week I have shared your writings with my family. I am very interested in visiting with the Hamilton family.”

Rhonda (Berry) Culpitt, the niece of Stella “Ann” Berry contacted me recently. Stella, 21, was a hostess on Flight 11. Rhonda wrote, “In light of today’s tragic crash in Buffalo, N.Y., again involving a Continental Airlines flight, my grandmother and I were discussing Ann’s flight, and I mentioned your e-mail. Grandmother wondered if anyone was corresponding with what was the unborn child of the pilot. She advised that she recalled that at the time of the crash, the pilot’s wife was expecting. Would that be correct?” I sent Rhonda Fredianne Gray’s e-mail address.

In yet another message, Rhonda wrote, “Grandmother advised me that after the tragedy, she, my father, my uncle and my grandfather went to the crash site and stayed with a flight attendant or some airline representative for several days. She believes the woman’s name was Margo.”

Emily (Mourning) Ganshorn also contacted me in mid-February. Since she sent me her telephone number, I called her immediately. We had a long conversation about her grandfather, Virgil Mourning, 45, who was a passenger on Flight 11. In Part II, I mentioned the three important officials of the Chrysler Dodge automobile division. All three, Virgil Mourning, Roger Welch and Fred Herman had patriotically and bravely served in World War II.

Emily’s Uncle Ron lives on the West Coast. She requested a copy of the local history book I wrote, which included the story about Flight 11. I sent her the book. She replied with a gracious “thank you” card. I told her that I’d like to write a story about her grandfather and his family.

Stacy Barton’s friend’s father, Jack Alexander, was on Flight 11. She wrote, “My friend’s dad was killed around the time she was born, so she never knew him. All she told me was that he was a musician (clarinetist it seems), and he traveled a lot. I’ve now learned from her, thanks to your leads, that he was a co-founder of a radio jingle business. The interesting twist is I met my friend at an Oklahoma radio station, and I never knew her father was a pioneer in the creation of some of our most important on-air production elements. Amazing!” Stacy is a member of the media, and she stated that she’d never heard of the Flight 11 crash.

Because of the efforts of my New Zealand friend, Andrew Russell, I’ve established contact with Harry Clements. Thomas G. Doty, the evil man who caused the tragedy, and Harry Clements attended the same Kansas City Missouri, high school.

“Tom was more than an acquaintance but not a great friend of me,” Clements reports. “He was a year ahead of me in school. The main activity we engaged in was the poker club we both belonged to. We did some golfing. After I was professionally employed and got married, I lost track of him. Also, my interactions with Tom were not continuous in the late 1940s, because I served two years in the military.

“I didn’t know his girl friend Geneva Fraley who was on the plane. But having a girl friend is what I’d expect of him. He was a lady’s man, despite having a wife and child. Tom expected to be a millionaire by age 45, because he believed himself to be clever and able to outsmart lesser persons.”

At the time of the crash Clements’ lived in California. The company he worked for was producing major assemblies for the same model of airplane, Boeing 707, that crashed. “I was astounded when I heard the bombing was done by Tom Doty. Our mutual friends in Kansas City said, “No way! They said Tom was too smart to have been on the plane, and they believed he was alive and living elsewhere.

“Until recently, I’d pushed Tom from my mind. This last summer I mentioned my friend being a mass murderer. My son got on the Internet and found more information about the crash and contacted Andrew Russell.

“In all this time I knew nothing about the stories you sent to me about the crash, stories about the victims and all the stories involving heroics by the rescue and investigation teams. I don’t think I feel better after learning all of this. But I do appreciate your sending me all that information.”

Harry Clements became a successful man. He graduated from college, taught economics at Wichita State University in the Economics Department and spent a good number of years working for the federal government in Washington, D. C. He is now retired.

Leo Craver said he remembers seeing the fuselage resting on that gentle ridge in the middle of that Missouri alfalfa field. “It was a beautiful, calm morning,” he recalls. “The only sound was birds chirping.”

From the very first of many visits to that ridge since 2001, I’ve experienced the same sights and sounds. There is a certain serenity about the place that has deeply affected my emotions. I’ve written thousands of words about Flight 11 and probably enough for a book. Whether we have a humble memorial built to remember Flight 11 will depend upon the generosity of the public. I’m a 74-year-old former Iowegian. I’ll keep trying.!

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Joseph BRAND

M, #I11631, b. 1902, d. 19 May 1936

Family

Marriage 1 : Betty FRIEDMAN , b. 25 June 1902, d. 04 April 1955

  1. Marcus Coleman BRAND, b. 16 January 1934, d. 22 May 1962
  2.    Marlyn BRAND, b. abt. 1928

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Betty FRIEDMAN

F, #I11632, b. 25 June 1902, d. 04 April 1955

Family

Marriage 1 : Joseph BRAND , b. 1902, d. 19 May 1936

  1. Marcus Coleman BRAND, b. 16 January 1934, d. 22 May 1962
  2.    Marlyn BRAND, b. abt. 1928

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Kalman BRAND

M, #I11633

Family

Marriage 1 : Pauline NAGELBUSH

  1. Joseph BRAND, b. 1902, d. 19 May 1936
  2. Hyman BRAND, b. 1891, d. 02 August 1977

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Pauline NAGELBUSH

F, #I11634

Family

Marriage 1 : Kalman BRAND

  1. Joseph BRAND, b. 1902, d. 19 May 1936
  2. Hyman BRAND, b. 1891, d. 02 August 1977

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Hyman BRAND

M, #I11635, b. 1891, d. 02 August 1977

Family

Marriage 1 : Clara STERN , b. 02 June 1894, d. 22 November 1980

  1. Arthur A BRAND, b. 04 November 1911, d. 03 April 1997
  2. Frances BRAND, b. abt. 1919

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Clara STERN

F, #I11636, b. 02 June 1894, d. 22 November 1980

Family

Marriage 1 : Hyman BRAND , b. 1891, d. 02 August 1977

  1. Arthur A BRAND, b. 04 November 1911, d. 03 April 1997
  2. Frances BRAND, b. abt. 1919

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Arthur A STERN

M, #I11637

Family

Marriage 1 : Fannie AGRON

  1. Clara STERN, b. 02 June 1894, d. 22 November 1980

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Fannie AGRON

F, #I11638

Family

Marriage 1 : Arthur A STERN

  1. Clara STERN, b. 02 June 1894, d. 22 November 1980

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Arthur A BRAND

M, #I11639, b. 04 November 1911, d. 03 April 1997

Family

Marriage 1 : Betty BROWN m. 27 August 1943 Denver, Denver, Colorado, USA

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Betty BROWN

F, #I11640

Family

Marriage 1 : Arthur A BRAND m. 27 August 1943 Denver, Denver, Colorado, USA, b. 04 November 1911, d. 03 April 1997

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Frances BRAND

F, #I11641, b. abt. 1919

Family

Marriage 1 : David LEVITCH , b. 19 May 1917, d. 05 December 1997

Sources

  1. 1940 census online,

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Marlyn BRAND

F, #I11642, b. abt. 1928

Sources

  1. 1940 census online,

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David LEVITCH

M, #I11643, b. 19 May 1917, d. 05 December 1997

Family

Marriage 1 : Frances BRAND , b. abt. 1919

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Julius LEVITCH

M, #I11644, b. 06 November 1883, d. 08 March 1948

Family

Marriage 1 : Anna LEVI , b. 09 May 1890, d. 04 November 1942

  1. David LEVITCH, b. 19 May 1917, d. 05 December 1997
  2. Himie LEVITCH, b. 12 October 1912, d. 19 April 1964
  3. Reuben LEVITCH, b. 30 March 1911, d. 13 November 1973
  4. William LEVITCH, b. 29 March 1921, d. 06 June 1989

Marriage 2 : CLARA

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Anna LEVI

F, #I11645, b. 09 May 1890, d. 04 November 1942

Family

Marriage 1 : Julius LEVITCH , b. 06 November 1883, d. 08 March 1948

  1. David LEVITCH, b. 19 May 1917, d. 05 December 1997
  2. Himie LEVITCH, b. 12 October 1912, d. 19 April 1964
  3. Reuben LEVITCH, b. 30 March 1911, d. 13 November 1973
  4. William LEVITCH, b. 29 March 1921, d. 06 June 1989

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Himie LEVITCH

M, #I11646, b. 12 October 1912, d. 19 April 1964

Family

Marriage 1 : MARGARET

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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CLARA

F, #I11647

Family

Marriage 1 : Julius LEVITCH , b. 06 November 1883, d. 08 March 1948

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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David LEVITCH

M, #I11648

Family

Marriage 1 : Sulka LEBA

  1. Julius LEVITCH, b. 06 November 1883, d. 08 March 1948

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Sulka LEBA

F, #I11649

Family

Marriage 1 : David LEVITCH

  1. Julius LEVITCH, b. 06 November 1883, d. 08 March 1948

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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Nathan LEVI

M, #I11650

Family

Marriage 1 : SARAH

  1. Anna LEVI, b. 09 May 1890, d. 04 November 1942

Sources

  1. Gone But Not Forgotten by Anita Loeb,

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