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Some of the fondest memories from my childhood was sleepovers with the cousins. Aunt Ellen had a Riley cousin party and we all went to the circus in Evansville. There were usually sleepovers when we went to the Riley Reunion held at Aunt Lyde Riley Williams at the Patoka Grove Church.
When we became adults Wendella was the one to go out of her way to stay in touch with all the family. She kept a file cabinet divided by months of the year and each file folder contained a birthday card for ALL family members born in that month. She probably sent out hundreds of cards a year.
We visited her while she was living in Marshfield and enjoyed great food and Jurustic Park. On one visit she taught me how to crochet! Love you and miss you Cousin.
Phyllis and Larry

Phyllis and Larry Buxton
July 4, 2019

When I worked with Shari at City Hall, she helped me achieve one of my biggest accomplishment in life.
I will forever be grateful to her. Only she and I know what that was, and always will.
I love Shari Hayes, with all my being.
Your family has my 💓 and love.

Shelley Schapker
February 7, 2019

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