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Elizabeth Graeser (Bailey)



 
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08/09/18 09:13 AM #1    

Eduardo Acevedo

A wonderful person and will be missed.


08/10/18 04:01 PM #2    

Beth Hoffman (Class Of '63)

Liz was a fun and interesting person,  My first contact with her was an invitation to her family's home to meet some Girl Guides from Mexico with whom I had been pen pals while I was in Intermediate Girl Scouts.  It turned out that their family's and the Graeser's were friends.  I suspect that that was the way I received their names, probably the result of Mrs. Graeser's being a go-between.  Any time I spent after that with Liz was always interesting and fun.  She left us to soon.


08/10/18 05:16 PM #3    

Tony Barron

I was so saddened to learn of Liz's passing. She was one of those people that just the thought of her made you smile. The definition of a Classy Lady----Liz Graeser. You couldn't help being fond of her. She was so interesting to visit with. Tony B.

 

 

 

 

 

 


08/12/18 06:53 PM #4    

Dave Contreras

I TOO WAS SHOCKED WHEN I READ THAT LIZ HAD PASSED, THOUGH I HADN`T SEEN LIZ FOR SEVERAL YEARS I WILL MISS HER, REMEMBERING HER GREAT PERSONALITY. IF ANYONE KNOWS WHEN SHE PASSED AND IF SERVICES HAVE COME AND GONE OR STILL PENDING? PLEASE CONTACT ME, I WOULD REALLY LIKE TO ATTEND

DAVID C


08/13/18 01:09 PM #5    

Mary Ann Montoya (Newman)

Liz, will be missed by many.. She was always full of joy and smiles for everyone.  She was in my wedding when I got married to Bob Jimenez.  RIP my dear friend.


08/14/18 10:25 AM #6    

Kay Most (Chapman)

Liz and I had some great emails back and forth prior to our 50th Reunion (which she didn't attend).  At that time, I think she said she was living in a rather remote area off Hwy 299 between Redding and Eureka area.

She and I both laughed and reminisced over a memory of when we were about 4 years old, and I lived on Fremont Street.  She had came over to play and we were doing the game of Statues, where one person takes the other by the hand and then twirls them around, letting go and the other person falls into the position of a statue.  The more inventive, the better.  After a bit, Liz's twirl of me was quite enthusiastic....I fell to the ground, letting out a yell and then crying.  Liz took off running for home, and it was awhile before I saw her again.  Turns out I had broken my collarbone.  That was my last game of Statues.

I always liked Liz....her smile and her friendly ways.  She was indeed a nice person.


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