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    Default Coralie A.Stamp (Mom)

    It's been a crazy week for me. Mom passed away last Saturday September 26.

    Mom was a amazing woman. Always giving us encouragement in whatever we were doing. Motocross, Dragracing...)

    After moms parents died in 1964 in a automobile accident. She used her inheritance to buy a Piper Cherokee and get her pilots license and never looked back...

    She met her(late) current husband, also a aviator, and it was full throttle ahead! Mom would be invited to teach elementary school students about aviation and weather. Mom was a judge for aerobatic competitions. She was the "Pilot of the year" in 1981 for the 99's (a women's Pilot Organization). She was a member of the EAA and has been to Oshkosh and Sun-N-Fun every year since 1974! She has flown in everything from the Concord to a Cub.

    Mom died of a broken heart. After her husband died, she has been going to the hospital for this and that. "adjusting her medicine"... She had a full life. I'm done here. Im going to go cry now.
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    Oh, Norm. I am so sorry for your loss. She sounds like a fantastic Lady. Take care, my friend. You’re in my prayers tonight.

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    Sorry for your loss. She sounds like quite the woman, the type that squeezes a lot of living into her years.

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    Sounds like a great woman.
    Condolences, Norm.
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    Sorry to hear of your loss Norm. Remember all the good times that you had with her! My condolences to you and your family.
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    Condolences on your loss. She sounds like a great person.
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    Very sorry for your loss. Condolences.
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    Lost my mom in May, I feel your pain, hang in there, it's what she'd want.
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    Sorry Norm! Remember the good times! Dan

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    Hey Norm, very sorry for your loss but be very glad for all those wonderful memories. Sounds like she lived a wonderful full life full of adventure. The tears will go away but the memories will last forever. Grief as you need and life goes on.
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