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Carol Andersen Grice, LCDR Nurse Corps USN, Retired

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  • Friday, August 15, 2014 21:17
    Reply # 3075718 on 3050858

    Carol was both a Navy (FMF) Nurse and a volunteer.  She clearly cared about what she was doing and for whom.  May eternal light shine upon her countenance and may she be rewarded for all that she gave while among us.

    On another note, Albert Renteria, Sir, you have done an absolutely outstanding job of being a friend to Carol and looking out for her best interests and you should be applauded for the quality and quantity of your efforts on her behalf.  Thank you so much for not letting her pass unnoticed.  You do important work on a number of fronts and it is sincerely appreciated by veterans everywhere.

    Paul Curtis

    Fallbrook, CA

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