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Doug_Remley BS: M'aidez 3 Cities (7) RE: BS: M'aidez 3 Cities 20 May 03

Cherryl (nee Lamoreaux), with married name, Rey or Ray. Age at probable death,45. Rod Rey or Ray was supposedly a nationally known fine metalsmith (jewelry) who committed suicide for terminal reasons near Denver. Later lover "Ed", former VN Seal, died of Stroke in their bed in New Orleans.

Daughter of "Tank" Lamoreaux and Mother (nee Lamonte or LaMonte.) Five children, total: Cherryl (eldest,) followed by Gaylon (California, computers), another brother with Pecan groves in Arizona, and sisters Vicky and Becky. Cherryl was more French than Canadian. Red hair, green eyes, 5"2". A Classical Violinist with properties in Louisiana Bayou; Galveston (large building on a lake in city seldom visited but used as hostel for gifted students); "A" frame estate near Denver; Family home in Montreal (a Msr. Dumas was live-in tutor); maintained own hospital staff near end. She flew to London for experimental Lupus SLE treatment, and often sought intervention with INS.

Even Olivier Chalifoux, another Quebecois who was Sr. Canadian analyst in Moscow in early 90's, failed as family stonewalled. Path grew cold after hospitilization September 12th of whatever year that was. Single word e-mail on machine end of January following indicated I had not done as promised. :)Yes, I tried writing a book. By the third draft it was still a hundred pages of s.s 10 pt type and not half done. Gosh it was fun. Her explanation for everything was almost a Panglossian mantra, "Pain is relative, wolfie."

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