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Wednesday, November 22, 2017
“Her outlook on life. She was very philosophical.” Maryanne Reczka Bath “Her outlook on life. She was very philosophical.” Maryanne Reczka Bath
“Her charity work.” Carol Noecker Bath “Her charity work.” Carol Noecker Bath
“Her compassion. She held AIDS babies, touched lepers, and changed the way people looked at things that were very scary in the past.” Lynette Galiote New Cumberland “Her compassion. She held AIDS babies, touched lepers, and changed the way people looked at things that were very scary in the past.” Lynette Galiote New Cumberland
“All of the good things that she did. I liked that she visited children’s hospitals.” Diana Androvett Pequannock, N.J. “All of the good things that she did. I liked that she visited children’s hospitals.” Diana Androvett Pequannock, N.J.
“The humility of who she was as a person. Even though she was famous and came from money she made you feel like you were equal.” Diana Rodriguez Odenton, Md. “The humility of who she was as a person. Even though she was famous and came from money she made you feel like you were equal.” Diana Rodriguez Odenton, Md.
“That’s easy, it was the love that she had for her children. That was remarkable and it shows in the way they act to this day.” Mary Ann Ciaston North Arlington, N.J. “That’s easy, it was the love that she had for her children. That was remarkable and it shows in the way they act to this day.” Mary Ann Ciaston North Arlington, N.J.

PEOPLE SAY

Tuesday, September 5, 2017 by DANA GRUBB Special to the Bethlehem Press in Opinion