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In retrospect (hindsight is always 20/20), it would have been good to run the obituary in her hometown paper, and it's probably not too late to do so. I see late death notices often espcially in cases where people moved away some time ago.

It would be good to acknowledge the correspondence addressed to her.
Her friends will be sad, but ought to know the fact that she has passed away.

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