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Updated: May 4, 2020

Words can't express how much I'm going to miss you, Lois. You were my cousin/auntie/friend and confidant. You were in my life every since I was 7 years old when my mom brought me to NY. You babysat my brother as an infant and always told my mom he was such a good baby to keep; all you had to do was give him a toy and he was happy. Growing up I remember all the gatherings whether at my mom's house, yours, or your mom's or sister's. I'll always cherish you attending my high school  graduation, a day I'll never forget. Leaving NY in 1993 didn't prevent us from still keeping in touch. Whenever I would visit NY I'd always visit you and we'd either go out to eat, movies or go downtown. You visited NC on occasion and stayed with me and we went out shopping and  riding. When my mother's health declined in 2018 I could always count on your phone calls helping to keep me strong. After mom's passing and dealing with my own personal issues you'd call me everyday at 2pm for our daily prayers.  Cousin Lois, I know you knew how much I loved you because we would say it when we ended our phone calls. I will forever cherish our wonderful memories my dear cousin. May you forever rest in peace. Lori

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