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Remembering Jean McLean: She loved, worked hard for Columbia

She too, remembers Jean McLean's Heart of Service
See also: Remembering Jean McLean: She was avid supporter of LWC

Linda Waggener writes:
Remembering Jean McLean: she loved and worked hard for Columbia As Gary Lane recalled, I, too, will always remember that Jean McLean had a heart for service. She worked hard for the restoration of downtown Columbia. We shared a love of our heritage and a goal to see the buildings restored and used again. When I see the wonderful work done by her son Dan Antle - which sparked a renewed and ongoing interest in downtown - I alway think of his mother, Jean McLean, and all the many other contributions she has made to our community. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. She brightened my day, each time I saw her. What a treasure she's been! What wonderful memories of her we cherish. - Linda Waggener
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