Memorial Book for Adele Danon

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  1. How in such a limited space can one sum up a lifetime ? My Aunt was one of those people you meet once in a lifetime. She nurtured us all , was a fountain of goodness and love, and will always serve as an example to me as to how to be a better person!

  2. I will always remember and cherish time spent with my dear Aunt Adele. She truly appreciated life with her positive attitude, twinkling eyes, contagious smiles and ready laughter, lifting everyone’s spirit and creating an upbeat atmosphere wherever she went. She loved reading, learning, being involved and making a tremendous difference with all she accomplished as a loving daughter, sister, cousin, wife, mother, aunt, grandmother, great grandmother, friend, neighbor, citizen, nurse and congregant.

    Her conversations were informative and enlightening. She was very interesting and always interested in how my family and I were doing. Like Uncle Johnny, she lives on in my heart and soul as I remember and strive to emulate a life well lived and admired.

  3. Adele Danon – I was saddened of learn of Adele’s death. It brings back warm memories of our working together at Temple Emanu-El for many years where she was a wonderful participant in so many of our activities.

  4. Ordinarily, it requires approximately two webpages (600 phrases ) that you finish. Lots of situations you will be told by a teacher the length of time even a research document or that an article should function as a full page variety, including saying that the paper ought to be between 57 pages.

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