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Remembering Lenora Corbin: Spent lots of days playing at her home

Carole Rowe Thomas writes:
I extend my sympathy to Lenora Corbin's family. I knew her children very well and spent lots of days playing with them as they lived beside my Granny and Papa Kassem right across the old steel bridge off of Fairground ST/KY206. I remember Lenora as being a very nice and hospitable lady when I was at her home. God bless you, James Earl, Jerry, Peggy and Mary Ann. -Carole Thomas Rowe
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