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The Pes Moines Register 1 Wednesday, May 26, 1999 7M Obituaries & Almanac LEOLA SWIHART Longtime Realtor Neil Adamson dies Neil C. Adamson Jr., 74, a self-employed Realtor in Des Moines for more than 50 years, died Tuesday at CECIL LOREY Des Moines Cecil W. Lorey, 83, of Riverview Care Center, 701 Riverview St, died of a respiratory ailment there Sunday. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. today at Franklin Township Cemetery in Cooper. Mr. Lorey was born in Polk County and had lived hi Des Moines most of his life. There are no immediate survivors. Hamilton's Funeral Home is handling arrangements. DUSTIN JONES Des Moines Dustin Evan Jones, son of Natalie and Arthur Jones of 8058 Crestview Drive, was stillborn Saturday at lowa Methodist Medical Center. Services will be at 7 p.m. Thursday at Calvary Reformed Church, with burial at Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery. In addition to his parents, he is survived by three brothers, Daniel, David and Dillon, and a sister, Diane, all at home; and his grandparents, Ervin and Nellie Jones of Winterset, Rosemary Van Guilder of Garv sevoort, N.Y., and Charles Van Guilder of Queensbury, N.Y. Sunset Funeral Chapel is handling arrangements. ARTHUR SNEDIGAR Des Moines Arthur V. Snedigar, 78, of 1908 E. 42nd SL died Saturday at Mercy Hospital Medical Center of complications of a fall. The body was cremated, and memorial services will be held at a later date. Mr. Snedigar was born in Wor-thington. Mo., and had lived in Des Moines 50 years. He was a retired receiving clerk with Super Valu Warehouse. Survivors include a son, Dennis of Des Moines; three stepsons, Kenny Fraaken of Newton, Barney Fraaken of Florida and Danny Fraaken of Kentucky; a brother, Charles of Sigour-ney; three sisters, Rita Vaness of Omaha, Pauline Morgan of Florida and Mary Smith of Alabama; and a grandchild. Cremation Society of lowa is handling arrangements. Ames wrestling coach Jack Mendenhall dies Jack James Mendenhall, 62, longtime head wrestling coach at Ames High School, died of cancer Monday at Israel Hospice House in Ames. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Bethesda Lutheran Church in Ames, of which he was a member. Burial will be at Ames Municipal Cemetery. Mr. Mendenhall was born in Hamlin and had lived in Audubon and Leon before moving to Ames 34 years ago. He was head wrestling coach at Ames High School 29 years and assistant football and track coach there 21 years. A physical education teacher, he was the department coordinator for five years until retiring in 1997. He had served in the Marines and was a member of lowa State Education Association, National Education Association and lowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association. He was named lowa Wrestling Coach of the Year in 1981 and inducted into the lowa High School Athletic Association Coaches Wrestling Hall of Fame in 1989. Survivors include his wife, Connie; three daughters, Sharie Keran and Linda Cotton, both of Wausau, Wis., and Path' Saylor of Des Moines; his mother, Alice Mendenhall of Atlantic; two sisters, Maiiene Carr of Papillion, Neb., and Dorothy Kelgor of Atlantic; two brothers, Roger of Atlantic and Bob of Sigoumey; and four grandchildren. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the church. Memorial contributions may be made to Jack Mendenhall AHS Wrestling Fund or his church's food pantry. Adams Funeral Home in Ames is handling arrangements. lowa Methodist Medical Center of injuries sustained in an automobile accident Sunday in Des Moines. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Dunn's Funeral Home, with burial at Glendale Cemetery. Mr. Adamson had lived in Des Moines all his life, where he owned a real estate and property management firm and was a senior residential appraiser. His most recent address was 3131 Fleur Drive. He was a retired colonel in the lowa National Guard and had served in the Army Air Forces during World War II and the Korean War. He was a member of First Christian Church, Izaak Walton League, American Legion, Retired Military Officers' Association, Waveland Masonic Lodge, Des Moines Consistory and Za-Ga-Zig Shrine. He had also been a YMCA Boys Camp counselor and a member of the booster and alumni associations of Roosevelt High School, Drake University and University of lowa. .Survivors include his wife, Louise; two daughters, Chris Shirk of Orlando, Fla., and Robbie Adamson of Des Moines; two sons, Rod of Des Moines and Doug of Dallas, Texas; two brothers, Wally of Vienna, Va., and David of Des Moines; and six grandchildren. ::The family will greet friends from 5 td 7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to his church or YMCA Boys Camp. y. HAROLD MO RAN Osceola Harold Moran, 96, of Osceola died of a heart ailment Monday at Clarke County Hospital there. The body was cremated, and memorial graveside services will be at 1 1 a.m. Friday at Maple Hill Cemetery in Osceola. Mr. Moran was born in Clarke County and had lived in Osceola most of his life. He retired in 1974 as the owner and manager of Moran Implement and was a member of Osceola Masons. He is survived by two sons, Bill of Arispe and Orlin of Osceola; four grandchildren; nine greatgrandchildren; and two great-greatgrandchildren. Slade-O'Donnell Funeral Home in Leon is handling arrangements. Marriages The following couple applied for marriage license recently, according to the Polk County Recorder' office: Jeffery Michael Anderson, 25, and Margaret Kathleen Eaton, 26, both of Golden Valley, Minn. Jason Scott Benshoof, 27, and Theresa DeAnn Anthofer, 24, both of Ankeny. Jon Michael Clement, 29, of Des Moines and Melissa Jane Wells, 21, of Redfield. Sean Daniel Dowling, 27, of Ames and Jenna Diane Pfadenhauer, 25, of Roland. Robert LeRoy Ellis, 52, and Timberiea Ann Collins, 37, bom of Des Moines. David Edward Graves, 19, and Adreanne Marie Clark, 18, both of Des Moines. Tri Bao Huynh, 31, of Piano, Texas, and Thuy-Trang Diep to, 26, of Des Moines. Shawn Douglas Laurent 31, and Teresa Lee Tighe, 39, both of Altoona. Anousack Saki Lem, 25, and My Duong, 24, both of Des Moines. Jeffrey James Macke, 29, and Heather Lynn Jones, 21, both of Des Moines. Larry Lee Moore, 38, and Shelli Darned Maness, 37, both of Des Moines. Matthew Joshua Neese, 18, and Megan Marie Miller, 16, both of Des Moines. Kelin Eric Snoop, 31, and Sandra Aguilar, 33, both of Des Moines. Dwayne William Sieck, 23, and Angela Kay Nicholson, 22, both of West Des Moines. Joel Edward Spencer, 49, and Terrie Lynn Michalski, 43, both of Des Moines. Paul Joseph Springer, 24, of Urbandale and Victoria Suzanne Hansen, 23, of West Des Moines. Mark Detlane Turner, 44, and Michelle Diana Stump, 37, both of Huxley. Richard Eugene Wood, 33, and Judith Marie Houser, 41, both of Des Moines. Kalani Robert Young, 25, of Norwalk and Jennifer Linn Kendig, 27, of Elkhart. Christopher Ray Andersen, 24, and Donna Renae Miller, 28, both of Des Moines. Nola Baccam, 24, and Moukda TiTi Bac-cam, 22, both of Des Moines. Troy Allen Barkhaus, 23, and Nichole Lea Bingaman-Herr, 26, both of MitchelMlle. Larry Dan Blaisdell, 39, of Perry and Sherry Ann Proctor, 44, of Des Moines. Eric Lawrence Boeck, 28, of Guthrie Center and Kristin Margaret Gabel, 32, of Grimes. Timothy Paul Carver, 25, and Darci Lynne Jones, 27, both of Urbandale. David Michael Feingold, 32, and Gina Louise Gomah, 31, both of Columbia, Md. Steven Russell Fisher, 28, and Dawn Michelle Peterson, 27, both of Leawood, Kan. LD. Henderson, 60, and Roxanna Darlene Green, 36, both of Des Moines. David Jeffery Hunt, 27, and Marsha Jane Ostrand, 20, both of Urbandale. Raymond Keith King, 25, of Des Moines and Cherie Lynn Wynacht, 22, of Calgary, Canada. Tri Van Le, 22, and Trang Thanh Tran Pham, 24, both of Des Moines. Gene Edwin Lemke, 37, and Belinda Gaye Blum, 39, both of Grimes. Brian Duane Mezera, 28, and Kay Deonna Parks, 25, both of Clive. Anthony Joseph Pagano, 28, of Urbandale and Brooke Anne Jackson, 28, of Des Moines. Dean Robert Ralph, 30, and Lacy Dawn Hensley, 21, both of Des Moines. . Douglas Tyson Smith, 25, and Alison Ann Werner, 25, both of Des Moines. Jason Daniel Turbow, 29, and Laura Felicia Stein, 28, both of El Cerrrto, Calif. Alan Dale VanderPloeg, 30, of Prairie City and Merri Kae Swanson, 29, of Des Moines. EVELYN WALTER Pershing Evelyn Maxine Walter, 73, of Pershing died of a heart ailment Sunday at Griffin Nursing Center in Knoxville. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Bybee and Davis Funeral Home in Knoxville, with burial at Marysville Cemetery in Marysville. Mrs. Walter was born in Marysville and had lived in Pershing most of her life. She was a homemaker and a member of American Legion Auxiliary and Zion United Methodist Church in Pershing. Surviving are a daughter, Joyce Provenzano of Pershing; a sister, Anna Van Veen of Hamilton; two brothers, Jesse Allen of Little Rock, Ark., and Howard Allen of Des Moines; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Friends may call after 9 a.m. today at the funeral home, where the family will be present from 7 to 8 p.m. Iowa Deaths BATTLE CREEK Earl H. Chipperiey, 85. BEAM AN Margaret Kaufman, 78. BETTENDORF Arthur J. Braman, 84; Margaret Titus, 80; Mark Bregman, 42; Dorothy Jean Jones, 82; Jacqueline F. Taylor, 73. BLUE GRASS Clara Meier, 84. BROOKLYN Mary Newton, 86. CEDAR FALLS Gotdie B. Kuster, 86; Pauline L. Sauer, 82; Marianna P. Knight, 83; Carl F. Thierman, 95; Ralph C. Cawelti, 79; Kosaraiu R. Rao, 62. CUO Roma Kathleen Trumper, 77. CONRAD Mark Perry. 85. CORYDON Mildred May Stroud, 79. DANVILLE Dorothy Marie Parks, 71. DAVENPORT William I. Davis, 65. DE WITT Thomas S. Andersen, 94. DOON Faye Kruse, 75. EVANSDALE Rebecca Jo Vanderian, 47. FORT MADISON Frances Jones, 82; Mary Thompson, 79; Mildred Croskery, 97. GLADBROOK Edna Fink, 82. GRINNELL Darlene Smitz; Paul Thompson, 80; Dorothy M. Elliott, 80; Troy Strovers, 8; Grace Chedester, 92. GRUNDY CENTER Glen Moats; Mildred Geiter; George KruD. HARLAN Edna Smith, 92; Leon Burger, 77. IDA GROVE Richard L. Hummel, 55; W. Darrell Larison, 66. INWOOO Leonard Harris, 94. LARCHWOOD Katie Jacobson, 20. LE CLAIRE Leslie Ann Opperman, 14. MALCOM Louis Ford. MARSHALLTOWN James Kohout, 51; Ardis Herring. 77; Carol Berchenbriter, 76; Ida Weitzel, 5. MAYNARD Mary E. Hoehne, 78; J. Hollis Windenburg, 90. MONTEZUMA Neola Peters, 99; Laura Mae Miller, 87. MONTOUR Loren Kammerer, 76. MOUNT AYR Gladys I. Meers, 84; Jessie Trullinger, 95. MOUNT UNION William Elwin Buchanan, 84. OELWEIN Dorothy M. Wynholl, 85; Henry Sachtschale, 64; Margaret L. Delke, 99. OSCEOLA Oral Boles, 92. PLEASANT VALLEY Kathryn K. Beeks, 70. PROMISE Cmr Robert Lee Brown, 67; Lloyd Kenneth George, 79. REINBECK Helen Dreesman; Russell Bower. ROCK RAPIDS Margaret Kruger, 45; Mildred Olson, 89. STATE CENTER C. Dean Shipley, 62. VICTOR William John Marten. WALL LAKE Lavema Rohde, 90. WATERLOO Robert J. Murphy, 81; Dennis D. Melchert, 63; Evelyn M. Schmitz, 74; Louise C. Heckroth, 77; Betty M. Greene, 75; Edith E. Sonksen, 72; Doris L. Stover, 77; Charlie W. Andries, 79; Dennis W. Hall, 52; Randall L. Jefferson, 58; Arnold E. Hagenow, 81; Helen Connolly, 94; James H. Hooper, 53; Virginia A. Akeright, 81; Floyd A. Skinner, 64; Mary V. Stark, 87; Ethel L. Heim, 84; Ruth Bender, 99; Mark A. Olejniczak, 32; Ruby A. Johnson, 59; Dorothy P. Christian, 76; Kenneth E. Stuchel, 58. ROBERT Ver STEEGH Ottumwa ' Robert Dean Ver Steegh, 58, of Ottumwa died of a respiratory ailment Monday at home. The body was cremated, and memorial graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Ottumwa Cemetery. 'Mr. Ver Steegh was born in Oska-loosa and had lived in Ottumwa most of his life. He was a retired service technician with US West, an Air Force veteran of the Vietnam War and a member of Lacey United Methodist Church, Communication Workers of America and American Legion. He is survived by his wife, Martha; three sons, Scott of Pella, Kenny of Davenport and Kelly of Ottumwa; a daughter, Trisha Wagner, and a stepson, Keith Durst, both of Ottumwa; two stepdaughters, Kelly Smith of Ottumwa and Laura McDonald of Blakesburg; his mother, Avis Ver Steegh of Oskaloosa; a brother, Jerry of Bloomington, III.; six grand-, children; and four stergrandchHdren. ! 'Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice Inc. of Ottumwa or I his church. Reece Funeral Home in Ottumwa is handling arrangements. CATHERINE ROLLSTIN KnoxviUe Catherine L. Rollstin, 72, of KnoxviUe died of cancer Monday at KnoxviUe Area Community Hospital there. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Evans-McCleery Funeral Home in Knoxville, with burial at Graceland Cemetery there. Mrs. Rollstin was born in Davenport and had lived in Knoxville most of her life. She was a retired secretary with Knoxville Junior High School, where she had worked 27 years. She had also worked at Speed Drug. She was a member of First United Methodist Church in Knoxville, United Methodist Women, Friends of the Knoxville Public Library, Marion County Historical Society and Knoxville Area Community Hospital Auxiliary. Surviving are a son, Donald Rollstin of Victorville, Calif.; her mother, Orpha Adams of Knoxville; five grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Friends may call from noon to 6 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Marion County Historical Society or her church. Former Resident Here is information about the death of a former central lowa resident who moved from the area more than 20 years ago: Harvey W. Kempton, 97, of Me-chanicsburg, Pa., died of a respiratory ailment Saturday at Country Meadows Nursing Home there, where he had lived two years. Services will be at 1 p.m. today at Say-lorville Baptist Church in Des Moines. Mr. Kempton was born in Des Moines and had lived here many years before moving to Punta Gorda, Fla., 32 years ago. He moved to Pennsylvania two years ago. He was a retired tool crib operator with Deere & Co. in Ankeny. Hamilton's Near Highland Memory Gardens Funeral Home in Des Moines is handling arrangements. Obituary Policies The Des Moines Register publishes obituaries, free of charge, for people who lived in a 26-county area of central lowa at the time of their deaths or who lived there within the past 20 years. A photo is published if available and if it is no older than 10 years. Abbreviated obituaries are published under the "Former Residents" heading for people who moved out of central lowa more than 20 years ago. Due to space limitations, an obituary cannot be published for anyone who never lived in the 26-county region unless the person was widely known. The deadline for obituaries each day is 2 p.m. To reach the obituary writer, call (515) 288065. We strive to publish an obituary the morning after the information is received. If that is not possible because of limited space, the obituary will be published prior to the funeral. To include more information than we publish in obituaries, families can buy space in the "Death Notices" advertising listings on this page. The length and wording of "Death Notices' listings are left to the discretion of families. For information on the "Death Notices," call (515) 284-8477. ANNA WORK Newton Anna E. Work, 91, of Newton died of a heart ailment Monday at Baxter Health Care Center in Baxter. Services will be at 7 p.m. today at First United Methodist Church in Newton and at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at First United Methodist Church in Swea City. Burial will be at Harrison Township Cemetery near Swea City. Mrs. Work was born in Hallettsville, Texas, and had lived in Newton since 1946. She was a retired nurse's aide with Skiff Medical Center and a member of First United Methodist Church in Newton. Among survivors are a daughter, Cathleen Springer of Newton; two sisters, Mary Urban of Louisville, Ky., and Vlasta Shindler of Decatur, III.; two grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Friends may call today from 5 p.m. until the time of service at First United Methodist Church in Newton. Memorial contributions may be made to First United Methodist Church in Newton and Willowbrook Adult Day Care Center. Wallace Family Funeral Home in Newton is handling arrangements. JOANNE LITTLER Adair Joanne Littler, 67, of Adair died of lung cancer Monday at home. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at St. John's Catholic Church in Adair, of which she was a member. Burial will be at the church cemetery. Mrs. Littler was born in Stuart and had lived in Adair 46 years. She was a bookkeeper and society editor for the Adair News and a member of Catholic Women's Organization, Ladies Civic League and Adair Chamber of Commerce. Surviving are her husband, Ed Jr.; a son, William III, and two daughters, Mary Beth Petty and Diane Roberts, all of Adair; four sisters, Betty Dill of Adair, Kathleen Dolan and Mary Ruth, both of Stuart, and Patricia Ruth of RKerton, Wyo.; and six grandchildren. Friends may call after noon today at Mullen Funeral Home in Adair, where the family will be present from 6 to 8 p.m., and where a rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Punta Gorda, Fla. Leola Mae Harmon Swihart, 54, of Punta Gorda, Fla., died of a lung ailment May 19 at St. Joseph Hospital in Port Charlotte, Fla. Services were held Sunday in Punta Gorda. Mrs. Swihart was born in Dayton, Ohio, and was a nurse in the Des Moines area for many years before retiring to Florida in 1998. Her book, "Why Mer, published in 1982, described her recovery from a serious accident, and was made into an ABC-TV movie in 1984. She was an Air Force Nursing Corps veteran of the Vietnam War. She is survived by her husband, Harold; and a brother, Warren Harmon of Bryan, Texas. GERALD SHANAHAN lowa Falls Gerald Shanahan, who headed the lowa Division of Criminal Investigation from 1977 to 1983, died Thursday at home in lowa Falls. He was 72. The cause of death is unknown, pending the results of an autopsy. Private memorial services will be held at a later date. His wife, Sandra, was omitted in the survivors list of a previous obituary. ADVERTISEMENT Death Notices ILES FUNERAL HOMES Locally Owned and Operated Dunn's 2121 CramMtt, SIS-244-2121 Neil C. Adamson, Jr. 10:00 AM Frlddy Fomllv Greeting . i:00-7;00PM Thursday ,. Westover 6337 Hickman, 2764MT WMA, "BM"Diehl 10:00 AM Wednesday at Berwick Congregational Church Mary E. Linquut l6:WAMThufsday Family Greeting 6:00-7:00 PM Wednsdoy LynaA. Kemetachneider 10:30 AM Thursdayat Grace Lutheran Church Family Greeting S : 30-8 : 00 PM Wednesday at the Funeral Home Kendall A Pritchard 11 :00 AM Friday Family Greeting :00-:OOPM Thursday , Sundberg'IGrkpatrick 2U2S.MmUt;Mmtnd 71)5-32113 Albert C.Skuvinna 1:00 PM Thursday at Sanborn Chapel at The Madrid Home Andrew Spolar Services Pending i t Larry Eugene Albaugh 2:00 PM Wednesday at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Ankeny Funeral Home lSlftWestlstSt. S15-9o4-474 ru AMILTONS ' You're Invited: Hamilton 's Family Services Symposium "Coping With Grief' Sunday, June 6, 1999 2:30-4:30 PM at the Des Moines Botanical Center RSVP: 515-243-5221 Hamilton's Lyon MS Lyon St 2-0-5221 Clarence "Bill" Barton 1 1 : 00 AM Wednesday at the Funeral Home Mary Ruth Chapman Graveside Services 11:00 AM Wednesday at Ainsworth Cemetery 5 InAinsworth, IA Clarence E. Shawver J :00 PM Wednesday at Grandview Park Baptist Cecil W. Lorey Graveside Services 2:00 PM Wednesday at Franklin Township Cemetery In Cooper, I A Mayer S. "Mick" Enabnlt Memorial Services 11 :00AM Thursday at the Funeral Home Miss Lola Ferris 1:00 PM Friday at the Funeral Home Sonthtown S400SWth 285-3911 Donald M. Schaff Graveside Services 1 :00 PM Wednesday at Sunset Cemetery Hamilton's Near Highland Memory Gardens 121 NW 60th Ave. 289-2442 Kenneth L. Poage 10:00 AM Wednesday at the Funerol Home Harvey W. Kempton 1:00 PM Wednesday at Saylorvllle Baptist Church Robert "Bob" Heckathorn 2:00 PM Wednesday at the Funeral Home Catherine M. Sassatel II 10:00 AM Thursday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church JONES Services for Dustin Evan Jones will be 7:00 PM Thursday at Calvary Reformed Church Sunset Funeral Chapel 7601 Fleur Drive (515) 285-4600 Louise Helen Thomas Funeral Mass wilt be 10 : 00 AM Wednesday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church Dr. Romeo S. Berardl Funeral Mass will be 10:00 AM Friday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church Visitation will be 5:00-7:00 PM Thursday at: McLaren's Funeral Cnapel 801 19th St., WDM 515-225-7225 Mdmit it, you can't always be there for Mom Vconcedyoor oir ducts cleaned. Call SteamaticI MARIA TRIER Madison Lake, Minn. Maria L. Trier, 57, of Madison Lake, Minn., died of pneumonia Sunday at Immanuel St. Joseph's Hospital in Mankato, Minn. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Eagle Lake Cemetery in Eagle Lake, Minn. I Mrs. Trier was born in Des Moines sand moved to Madison Lake ;16 years ago. She was a 'ihomemaker. ( Surviving are two daughters, Terry wlertins of Janesville, Minn., and Angela Larsen of Eagle Lake; a son, jCharlie of Pemberton, Minn.; her (mother, Ha Saltzman of Madison Lake; three sisters, Ellen Tucker of New London, Shirley Marchael of Des Moines and Rosalund Baumgarten of Ankeny; four brothers, Ivan Saltzman, Jim Saltzman and Larry Saltzman, all Of Des Moines, and Ron Saltzman of Madison Lake; and five grandchildren. T Friends may call from noon until the time of services Thursday at Prosch-Dennis Funeral Home in tyaterville, Minn. . .; DOROTHY CARR imes ( Dorothy M. Carr, 83, of Ames died f a heart attack Tuesday at Mary Sreeley Medical Center there. Series will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at jjams Funeral Home in Ames, with jurial at Nevada Cemetery. - Mrs. Carr was born in Boone County and had lived in Nevada, la., 4Q years before moving to Ames. She was a homemaker and a member of Memorial Lutheran Church in Npvada, Women of the Moose, Academy Friendship and American Legion Auxiliary. J Surviving are her husband, Galen; 8' son, Jack Ihle of Nevada; a sister, Gertrude Kabuch 6f Ruthven; a grandchild; two great-grandchildren; apd two great-great-granacniiaren. i today at the funeral home. COUNTRY KITCHEN. Mom wanted to live at home, and you agreed. But it's become increasingly obvious she isn't looking after herself. Mom isn 't taking her medicine correctly or earing right. And, she s lonely. As much as you hate to admit it, you can 't always be there for Mom. What if something happens when you're not around? Let us help. Call Briarcliff Assisted Living Center to learn more about the 24-hour assisted living services she needs and the independent lifestyle she wants. Make a change for the better. For you, peace of mind. 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