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Rebecca Nelson (Smith)

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02/27/20 09:55 AM #1    

Peter Klammer

Ann Lystedt, February 23, 2020, wrote:

She was my American sister for a year and guided me along the path of adequate manners (not always successfully...). I remember her mix of humour and honesty with warmth. We kept the contact off and on during 50 years and I truly miss her.

02/28/20 09:14 PM #2    

Denton Sanders

I always thought Becky was truly a wonderful person.



02/29/20 06:25 PM #3    

Kelli Wells (Dubinsky)

I was very saddened to hear about Becky's death because I haven't seen her for a few years and she was one of my best friends in high school.. she lived. behind Patti Bowles house and I counted Patty and Becky has two of my best friends at Southwest
. As I remember Becky dated both Bob McCarty and Rick McDonald and I think both of them were members of the PPMF.... which stood for Poker
Playing Mother F...... I think a few other members would include hires gauge and Mark wheeler and I'm not sure who else was in there because I wasn't a member... that was a memory that came to mind when I thought about Becky today... I wish I could have seen her more over the last few years as well as Patti who is now gone too... it would have been nice to reminisce about some of the things we did at Southwest... Becky used to laughingly call me butter butt.... which had to do with a story that I told her once that involved me standing in my bedroom before school talking to my sister in the nude when I sat down on my sister's bed unbeknownst to me there was a piece of buttered toast on my sister's bed... I think you can figure out the rest of the story... I will miss you Becky, . My beloved friend
Until we meet again .♥️

03/01/20 10:06 AM #4    

David Garrison

I'm also very saddened to hear about Becky. As I recall, it was the summer between Border Star and Southwest when Becky and I went on a double date with Mike Ward and Diane Lewis to the Brookside Theatre. We saw "Bridge On The River Kwai"..... not the most romantic film, but the two girls seemed to enjoy it. Becky and I remained good friends during high school. She seemed to always have a smile and a kind of feisty attitude towards life. I saw Becky one more time much later, it was either late 80's or early 90's and I think she was living on Greenway Terrace... I could be wrong. She still had that wonderful feisty attitude. I'll miss her.

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