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Re: HYB: Lyle Fort

From: Lorraine Miller <lcmiller@televar.com>

Regarding Lyle Fort:
	Bruce may be correct in reporting introduction of Lyle's Iris by the
Aitkens.  But you should know further that Lyle's premature death was a
real loss to Region 13.  He hadn't introduced very many Iris, but they
were good ones.  He also had some interested seedlings coming along,
some of which have been rescued by Millie Grow and are growing in her
garden.  She would like to see them introduced, and is working on it. 
Don't know if she's making any progress since the last I heard Lyles's
family is no longer that involved in Iris, and his wife Donna is not
able carry on since she was in a wheelchair when I last saw her at an
Iris event
	Lorraine Miller, in Quincy, WA.

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