Marlene and I were good friends. We lost touch after our sophomore year in high school. Then one day i went to one of her brothers funeral and asked about her and they pointed her out to me. I went over and talked to her and after that we kept in contact When I lived in colfax we would get groceries in town and her not having a license or car I would go get her and we'd get our groceries then I would take her home and help her unload the groceries and put them away. We always got along never a mean word between us . She was one wonderful person she never talked bad about anyone not to me anyway. She had four kids and so did I, we were pretty much the same way. Her Brother Doug was one of my groomsman. She made the remark that we hit it off like we had never been apart for about 30 years. But we made up for with our teasing each other, we had a lot of laughs together, when we got together we would solve the problems of the U.S. if only they would of listened to us. I will her miss her a great deal. if only the congress would have listen to us . LoL bonny
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