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A wonder (from Jeff Haberman)

I am so deeply saddened about the passing of Mary. From purchasing a lot from Pacific States in the mid 80’s Bill and Mary were some of the first people we met when we moved to El Dorado Hills. My wife and I enjoyed the times she spent with Mary and Bill and Mary always made us feel at home here. Their support meant everything to us. Whether it was with my business ventures, social interactions with various organizations we belonged to or on a personal level we always felt like we belonged. I will miss Mary a lot but look forward to our new adventures when she, my wife and I are together again. For now we send our love to the Fisher/Muse family and will keep you in our prayers.


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My grandmother, Mary Theresa Muse, better know to me as "Yaya", was an extraordinary woman. She was one of the nicest people that I had ever met. She always was there for us, and always doing generous

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