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ELEANOR C. FALKENTHAL TO BE MEMORIALIZED

Eleanor C. Falkenthal will be memorialized at a celebration gathering from 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 8 at Lynn's Inn at Compass Point.
Eleanor, who died on St. Thomas on March 24, was the mother of victim advocate Lynn Falkanthal.
Eleanor was the wife of Fred and is survived by her devoted daughter, Lynn and her beloved granddaughter Monica.
Eleanor, through unstinting encouragement and material effort, was an unceasing motiving force beneath the wings of the Victim Advocate Program.
"Eleanor was a good friend and counselor for all who sought her help and a most beloved mother. She shall be sorely missed," Lynn said.
"May God grant her perpetual rest and felicity."

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Eleanor C. Falkenthal will be memorialized at a celebration gathering from 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 8 at Lynn's Inn at Compass Point.
Eleanor, who died on St. Thomas on March 24, was the mother of victim advocate Lynn Falkanthal.
Eleanor was the wife of Fred and is survived by her devoted daughter, Lynn and her beloved granddaughter Monica.
Eleanor, through unstinting encouragement and material effort, was an unceasing motiving force beneath the wings of the Victim Advocate Program.
"Eleanor was a good friend and counselor for all who sought her help and a most beloved mother. She shall be sorely missed," Lynn said.
"May God grant her perpetual rest and felicity."