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Hi, I was looking for an old friend, Richard Hollingsworth when I ran across his sisters obituary. I was saddened to hear of Caron’s sudden death. I lived across the street from Caron and Richard when I was in 6th thru 8th grade in Oxen Hill Maryland. My father was in the service and about the time we moved to Indianapolis, the Hollingsworth’s moved to Wisconsin. We would visit them or their parents would visit us about once a year. You see my parents and your grandparents shared a wedding anniversary and got together to celebrate yearly. I knew your mother when she was in high school. She was on the dance team, pep squad and quite the social butterfly. Your Uncle Richard was the first person to ever send me flowers for my 16th birthday. When I discovered your loss, I was deeply touched at your eulogy and the closeness you had with your mother. I too lost my dad suddenly when I was still in my 20’s and it was a tough loss to handle. Now 25 years later I still feel him around when I really need him. Anyway, if you could give me a way to get ahold of Richard, I would truly appreciate it. Feel free to forward my email address to him if you could. It is [edited]. I still live in Indy as does my mother Louise Rupert. I would love to hear from Richard so any thing you can pass on would be greatly appreciated. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers and I am truly sorry for the loss of your mother. Sincerely, Cindy Rupert Ennis.
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