December 9, 2012 - December 15, 2012
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December 15, 2012

To: The Mazets s
Delighted you're there in New York, the whole family together. Warmest wishes from your Peach Place pals, & a howlin' woof from Duke
—The Gilardis

To: Beatrice Prior
The children, grand children, great-grand children, and great-great-grand children of a fine Norwegian woman, Beatrice Prior, wish her a happy 100th birthday - but please don't make a fuss. :-)
—Randa Schollmeyer

To: Steve Strickland
Happy 50th Birthday old man! Much love from your family and see you soon.
—Suni Strickland

December 13, 2012

To: Jeffrey Howe
Happy Birthday from your Irish lass of Turtlepoint,PA. Want to stack firewood together forever. Love you more every day.
—Kelly-Jo Mullin

December 12, 2012

To: Betty-Jeanne and Donald Korson
Mom and Dad. Should you care to cogitate, You will both agree. Your 60 years have been great from the very first date. Happy 60th anniversary! Love, Andi
—Andrea Korson

To: Katie & Saul
Kate and Saul. Looking forward to seeing you guys back in Minnesota where we just got 14 inches of snow. More coming this saturday. P. s. bring your snow shoes.
—Steve Sopoci

December 11, 2012

To: Jody Sackett
Sis, So glad we are together at the show in NYC. Thank you for being my Best Friend and Sister all these years. Love, Sis
—Susan Zekas

December 10, 2012

To: Ethel Clawson
Dear Grandma Ethel: Wishing you the happiest 100th birthday celebration from your loving family, see you at the church on the 16th! Dave & Gerald
—David Clawson
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