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In Memoriam: Eugenia Kemble


I have followed her incredible work for years. Her commitment to our many causes on behalf of our members and those without a strong voice can never be questioned. Many people lives have been made better because of her selfless work. A few years ago I learned from her that she was born and lived in Plattsburgh in a home at the end of my street. Thank you Genie.

I am so sorry to hear this news. I always felt a little more optimistic about the world's chances, knowing Genie was in it. The rest of us will have to work harder now so that it might live up to her hopes. With deep sympathy for her family, and for solidarity with her friends and comrades. And with love, Fritz

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