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Bill Brincka -- specifics

  • Subject: Bill Brincka -- specifics
  • From: Giboshiman@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 16:51:34 EDT

>    Please do me a favor, can you get a message out to a large group on the
>Internet?  Funeral arrangements have been made for Bill Brincka.   Viewing
>at Carlisle Funeral Home at 613 Washington St., Michigan City, IN
>(Washington & 6th, just off of Hwy 12).  On Saturday 6-8.  On Sunday 2-4
>with service at 4:00.  Afterwards we are al invited to the Beechwood
>Restarant in New Buffalo MI.  A memorial fund is set up:  William Brincka
>Memorial Fund. c/o Ther First State Banke of Porter, 230 Lincoln, Porter,
>IN.  46304.  Later this year will be a memorial dinner at the Art Institute
>of Chicago.  Basil will have a Spring fund raising in 2002 at the garden.  I
>am not sure but mabye a memorial fund with the Hosta Society would be
>appropiate.  There has been so much to do today.  Thank you for your help.
>    My best to you, Olga

Kevin P. Walek

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