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Re: Passing of Laurel Gene Fechner Clan Sinclair USA Historian Emeritus

I am so sorry to hear of Laurel's death.  I never had the opportunity to meet her but corresponded a few times through the internet.  Her thirst for knowledge and her passion to share all she learned benefitted all of us here on the List, as well as Sinclair descendents to come.  She was a delightful, generous soul whose work will live on.  I will miss her. 
 "Stanley St. Clair" wrote: I had previously expressed my great sorrow to Don Sinclair and Mary Selver.
I wish also to join the others on the list in sharing with all of you in the
feeling of emptiness that all who shared with her and came to know her have
at this time.

Laurel was an inspiration to us all to press on to conserve the knowledge of
both the triumphs and sadness of the past which make us the great family
that we are.

To Laurel's husband, Donald, and all of her family I offer my deepest
condolences. She will be sorely missed by many.

Stan St. Clair, GA Commissioner, Clan Sinclair, USA

-----Original Message-----
From: Donald Sinclair 
To: sinclair@quarterman.org 
Date: Thursday, October 03, 2002 10:11 AM
Subject: Passing of Laurel Gene Fechner Clan Sinclair USA Historian Emeritus

To The Sinclair Discussion List

It is with deep regret that I announce the passing of Laurel Gene Fechner
Historian Emeritus Clan Sinclair USA Friday September 27 2002. We all
express our sympathies to her husband Donald and Family.

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