In memory of Marilyn Coloutti

T he soft and gentle and peaceful approach to life makes for really nice people.

Brought up in the old school, she was always polite and very serious as she went about her business.  She always knew what she wanted and never seemed to need much help in the store.  As you get older, you need fewer things from a hardware store and you will also have a tendency for more ailments that can keep you away.

I have missed Marilyn’s presence in the past few years.  There is no doubt in my mind where this fine lady is going next.

God bless you, Marilyn Coloutti

Twig Canfield

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