I worked with Jean way back around 1980 at the Orleans County Nursing Home. We worked the midnight shift together. Yes, Jean loved to knit way back then and she smoked too. I remember her hands would be going a mile a minute with a cigarette hanging out of her mouth. I remember her telling of a story about a doll either on top of a shelf or in a chair. It would not stay where she put it. Everyday it would be on the floor. Itn't funny the things we remember. She was a fun lady to know. May she rest in peace now in God's arms.
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