I first met Aunt Tootsie about 25 years ago when I married Michelle. Went to house for visit and had the “brownies “ ( I think everyone knows what I am talking about) and maxwell house coffee. My dad knew her from Rockys oil. We moved to Nevada and on thanksgiving we almost always called to ask how to cook the turkey ( she still was appalled that Bill deep fried the turkey) or at st. patty’s day for the cooking of the corned beef. She will be missed by Michelle, Diane and Charlie , the army helmet ( turtle)
My thoughts and prayers go out to this amazing woman’s family. She truly left everyone she met knowing the true meaning of loving acceptance and kindness. I couldn’t have asked for a more incredible Nana and friend for my daughter and grandson. She will be missed❤️
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