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Re: Aroid Plantmen

I understand that there is another couple that did a lot for the IAS in Miami. This couple is Dale and Wilma Magrew.  From almost the very beginning of the IAS they were at every event and every meeting. Doing their share and more of the work.  For years they were active helping anyone that had a job to be done..  In her later years Wilma mostly supervised Dale but the work got done.  So, add them to the great list of contributors to the IAS

Also on the list of Miami Natives that helped the IAS to grow was Susan Staiger. Susan volunteered for everything. She was always in the middle of the group inspiring all to do their best. For years she volunteered her home as the meeting place of the IAS Board of Directors.  Susan had a small but very well grown collection of many different kinds of plants.  Most of her plants were Aroids.
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