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    Eulogy for My Grandmother

    Fragrant roses. Hugs and kisses. Holding your hand. And most of all, family. These are a few of the things Dorothy “Dot” Saucier loved. I can’t recall how many times she told me she loved me because there were too many to count. I do know, though, that it was a privilege to be her granddaughter. Her life and death revolve around momentous occasions in the Christian church. She was born on December 31st, shortly after Christmas, and passed away in spring, shortly after Easter Sunday. Christmas is a time to celebrate one of the most famous births in history. Dot, too, was a famous birth for her family. The…