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Subject: Re: Any story about Veronica Lewis?

Brian Lewis
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Date Posted: 23:30:07 09/11/12 Tue
In reply to: Dan Dashnaw "Fandral" 's message, "Re: Any story about Veronica Lewis?" on 19:41:48 03/06/08 Thu

This appears to be referring to my sister, Ronnie. To update, and correct, Ronnie passed away in 1990. She suffered a heart attack, but was not a suicide.

Brian Lewisi

>>>Hey friends, Ann Lynch told me at the last P-10
>>>reunion that Veronica (Ronnie) Lewis committee
>>>in Boston. I've searched the Boston Globe on-line
>>>archives but can find no mention or story. Does
>>Sorry for the delay in responding. I've done every
>>sort of keyword search I can think of. No luck. Was
>>she married? Did she not keep her birth name? What
>>year did she graduate? What's the time of Veronica's
>A few years ago I went back to U Mass to get my MA in
>Labor Studies. I was overcome by a wave of nostalgia.
>I called the records office and asked about my dear
>friend Veronica Lewis. She graduated Umass in 1976,
>and was living in Somerville Ma in January of 1991
>when she died. I do not know about her marital status,
>and this forum was where I learned that she was a
>suicide. I am tearfully sad that I lost touch with her
>over the years. She was a dear friend.

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