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Karin D Pechanek posted a condolence
Monday, May 9, 2022
Dear Pam, John & Harvey: Sending our deepest sympathies in the loss of your mom, our dear Aunt Betty. Reading her obituary was so inspiring as she had so many accomplishments. For us she was a kind aunt who never forgot a birthday or graduation and often called just to see how we were doing. Uncle Mac officiated at our wedding, and when we moved back to Endwell, we saw Aunt Betty & Uncle Mac more frequently as they visited my parents as well. They were at the baptisms celebrating the births of Julie & Kaity; and as they grew up, she followed their progress and activities through school and work and kept in frequent touch with all of us. Aunt Betty and I shared a strong interest in the family history, and she did extensive research, eventually tracing the family roots back to England. I remember her telling me about the King's Champion, but also about Lt. David Dimock, who fought in the Revolutionary War, about Harry Dimock, wounded and commended by General Grant during the Civil War, about Margaret Thompson's journey to Deadwood, SD, and the Native American attack on her stagecoach, along with so many other fascinating stories that strongly influenced my interest in European and American history. She will be dearly missed by all of us who loved her. Love, Jerry & Karin (Dimock) Pechanek
Wednesday, April 27, 2022
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Sunday, April 24, 2022