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Dear Mr. and Mrs. Morgenstern,

I have known Nancy for a few years now. We are part of a larger group of friends who get together to socialize, share in each other’s simchas, and spend Shabbos and holidays together. The last time I saw Nancy was a Friday evening . . . buying some food before Shabbos. I was also buying some flowers and Nancy said, “I’m glad you picked up that bunch of flowers; I was thinking how nice they looked.”

My memories of Nancy are wonderful. I can only envision a smiling face and a cackling laugh. I have always admired and envied her independence and determination with her biking trips. She met so many adventurous people through her biking endeavors and always reported back an amazing experience. It takes resolve and courage to live your life to the fullest and Nancy certainly had resolve and courage. And she certainly lived her life to the fullest.

Melanie Notkin


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