In Memory

Eileen Dickens

Eileen Dickens

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01/04/17 07:59 AM #1    

Lynda McDowell (Labine)

Known as "Muffy" she was in art class with me...part of the "in" crowd she was popular and nice...she became my friend when no one else would...she went out of her way to include me...when I heard that she had taken her life I was shocked and sad..I only wish I could have been there for pay back the many times she was kind to me....RIP Muffy...

Lynda McDowell Labine

01/05/17 11:04 AM #2    

Carol Finn


Muffy and I were neighbors on Sonoma Highway as kids.  We made 'little rivers' in her Mom's rose garden and let the hose run through them.  We played along the creek. We listened to Elvis records. Our paths separated, but I always thought of her as a lovely person.  I heard fairly recently from a mutual friend that her death may have been accidental on her part.  I hope so. I know she is missed.


01/06/17 09:26 AM #3    

William Clark

I too remember playing with Muffy in the Santa Rosa creek along with Marilyn Haas and Sue Maloof. The big adventure was walking home from Rincon Valley School through Muffy's back yard, through the creek, and crossing Montgomery Drive to get home. The creek provided us hours of imaginative playtime. I recall finding lots of indian artifacts along the creek and under the oak trees. RIP Muffy.

01/06/17 11:14 AM #4    

Douglas Whited

Muffy was a sweetheart....have missed her from the day she left us.  I remember the Rincon Valley Elem. school days quite well eventhough I lived on the north side of Sonoma Highway so never got to walk her home.  She left way too soon in life.....

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