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  1. Jennifer and I worked together from 1983 to the early 90s, in a growing company (Home Antibiotic Care which became Healthcare Solutions) that we (and Lori, the 3rd RN) probably considered one of our favorite jobs ever. All I can say is we 3 nurses “clicked”, Our work ethic, our inner need to do it right the first time kept us committed as we forged new paths together, and through it all, laugh! Gosh we had good laughs! And despite our ups and downs, and there were many, she never failed to appreciate what she had within herself. Stamina and steadfastness was her strength. She was even my landlady for while when my life was in a bit of turmoil; she was simply there if you needed her. Although we hadn’t seen each other much in recent years, she didn’t know it, but she was with me everyday. Many years ago upon returning from a visit to her beloved England, she gave me a little Wedgwood bone china dish, in the shape of a maple leaf, similar to the symbol of my beloved Canada. From that day on, it has been a staple on my kitchen counter and whenever I use it, I never fail to remember her. In that cherished treasure, she lives on in my heart. Rest well and in peace, dear Jennifer.

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