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Laura May

Laura Ann May (Maggard)

Saturday, May 5th, 1945 - Monday, October 14th, 2019
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Joyce Martin

Posted at 02:50pm
We are thinking of you in the passing of Laura. Betty remembers fondly several visits to Laura's home in Louisville and Laura's kind card to her last Christmas, thanking her for faithfully visiting Brina in the nursing home.
We both (Joyce and Betty) are so thankful that we saw Laura last winter when we visited Brina in Brownsboro Norton Hospital. We had a nice long conversation that day as we sat in Brina's room
Joyce Sweeney Martin and Betty Sweeney Price.
Former Waynesburg, Ky., residents
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Rhonda M. Maggard

Posted at 05:52pm
When I was little and at grandma and grandpa Maggard’s, Laura Ann would come to Waynesburg for the weekend. I would watch for her Black Volkswagen (love bug) to pop over the hill! The excitement of her homecomings were the highlights of a little girl’s weekend. Laura Ann was always very much a part of my life. O What a day it will be when we all get together! ❤️
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Susan Whitaker

Posted at 07:09am
Laura was my best friend growing up together in Waynesburg. We went to church together and play together at each other’s home many many days. I had just talked to her one week before she passed because she had sent me a birthday card. . I had no idea that so she had died. My heart is very heavy., my condolences to you all and Bryna. Laura sure loved those grandsons.
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