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In Memory of Natalie Polin

Natalie Polin. “She joined the Santa Rosa Quilt Guild in 2005. She always had a big smile and her quilts were outstanding. I last saw her at the Moonlight show in June where she showed a spectacular quilt based on a Drunkard Path block variation. She said that she had missed the guild meetings this year because she was on IV nutrition for 14 hours every evening due to a stomach malignancy and that she had been near death in February due to a blood infection. She was quite a woman and I will miss her.”
Ann Wilson

A P. S. from Sharon ‘the Librarian’ Fry – “Natalie was one of our quieter members, but Ann Wilson is right, Natalie always had a nice big smile for everyone, and I only had a slight hint that she was ill. And I agree with Ann that Natalie’s quilts were spectacular. I am going to log onto our guild’s SHOW AND TELL, scroll down to “Archives” and type in “Natalie Polin” so that I can once again enjoy photos of Natalie and her lovely quilts. I will miss this dear lady.”

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