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Letter: appreciates her mother Patricia Smith's obituary

Janet Smith Adams writes:
Iím a faithful fan of the Columbia Magazine. Your articles continually catch my attention as to how quickly you get the news of current happenings out, as well as the depth of interesting articles.

Thank You & God Bless,

--Janet Smith Adams
Comments re article 90312 Patricia Christie Smith 81 Taylor Co KYMarion Co KY native 19352017
Please accept our sincere sympathies in the loss of your mother. At CM, the credit goes to editor, publisher, writer Ed Waggener for the obituary style. Both Ed and my friend Joan C. McKinney in Campbellsville are two who remain fiercely passionate that an obituary must be written to honor the full, good life of the deceased. I agree, having recently lost my own mother. It was very important to me that she be remembered at her service and in her obituary in her most beautiful and positive light as she made her exit from this life to the next. I'm deeply grateful for your letter. -- Linda Waggener

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