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Born:December 26, 1938
Osage City, Kansas
Died:April 1, 2011
Houston, Texas

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Ora Mae was a great woman. She gave birth to 3 daughters that gave her 10 grandchildren. But this count does not include all the people that called her mom or grandma. All who met her, loved her. She accepted you as you were - no more, no less.
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Edna (Ora's mom) and Ora
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Personal Notes

My mom was a wonderful person and this to all those who grieve her passing.
Remember her with love, not tears, & think of all the happy years.
When she was sick, loved ones were at her side. Their tears & fears, they tried to hide.
The tears with time, will go away, but the love we shared will always stay.
Now the Lord has set her free. Do not shed tears because she’s gone but smile instead that she lived.
Don’t shut your eyes & pray to God that she’ll come back but open your eyes & see all that she left behind. Our hearts are empty because we cannot see her but still we are full of the love we shared.
We can turn our backs on tomorrow & live only for yesterday or we can be happy for tomorrow because of what happened between us yesterday. We can remember her & grieve that she has gone or we can cherish her memory & let it live on. We can cry & lose ourselves & become distraught or we can do what she would want - smile, wipe away the tears, love one another and go on.

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