This month I have lost my oldest friend. On June 19,1942 I was fast asleep in the middle of the night in our family row home at 634 S. Smallwood Street when Aunt lee came into my room with a little bundle in her arms to introduce me to my baby sister. My only reaction was to yawn and tell her I would rather have a "pop gun". In case you are unfamiliar with the term, that is 1942 language for a cap pistol. We have been family ever since and I love you and will miss you baby sister Rest in peace and I will join you ASAP.
Thank you is not enough for what you did for my husband Carlton Dean Tucker and I. Losing my husband in Florida and yet Heather and Richard was there for me in working with the funeral home here in Florida to get Dean to Baltimore and to Hubbard's so I could have a funeral there for him. My heart felt thanks to Heather and Richard and to the staff. I Will always hold you all in my heart.
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