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Offline Laundry Man

Melinda Bonham
« on: Jan 31, 2014, 09:59 »
Melinda passed this unexpectedly passed away this past Sunday at the Morris IL hospital.  Melinda was a long time employee of UniTech Services Group at our facility in Morris.  Melinda previously was a contract HP Technician working the ComEd circuit.  She was a wonderful friend and co-worker.  She will be missed.  Additional details on her services can be found at www.BaskervilleFuneral.com.
LM

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Re: Melinda Bonham
« Reply #1 on: Jan 31, 2014, 01:13 »
I am so sad to hear this.....I worked with Melinda for many years back in the Com Ed days.....She always put a smile on everyones face, and always had something funny to say.  She will truely be missed......My prayers go out to her children, family and friends....RIP Melinda....

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Re: Melinda Bonham
« Reply #2 on: Feb 03, 2014, 10:19 »
I spent alot of time in the bowels of Dresden and Braidwood with Melinda. She was always wanting to learn and always willing to listen. I hate to see her leave us so soon. We will all miss you, Melinda..... [beer] :'(

 


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