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In Memory

Stefanie Rahn

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10/22/11 06:56 PM #1    

Arthur Fried

Although Stefanie and I were not close, our mothers were good friends.  I remember her well as an energetic, tomboyish young woman.  She died of breast cancer in the early 90s. 

10/22/11 09:35 PM #2    

Rosie Monroe (Broberg)

I remember Stephanie "Rusty" Rahn as a very close friend in high school.  She made me laugh so much, and we had lots of fun getting into "trouble." She was such a character, but she always was the best friend ever!

11/04/11 12:25 AM #3    

John "Jack" Pitsch

Steph will always be Rusty to me. She taught me the art of kissing plus. When the world seemed against me, she would be there for me. She encouraged me to get out of town and do something positive. She molded the boy into a man who had potential and nothing to be afraid of. I am who I am because of her. God bless and love always. Jack

11/13/11 11:39 AM #4    

Paula Burnsky (Behrens)

Rusty, You sure lived life to the fullest! I will always remember riding on your scooter after school, great memories we shared.

06/25/12 06:19 PM #5    

Susan Barnard (Fitzgerald)

Rusty and I were good friends while we were at Westwood Junior High.  She lived directly across the street from the school and during lunch break we would sneak across to her house and puff on cigarettes.  We'd go back to school smelling like smoke--so bad, but we had so much fun together!  We bowled, played cards etc.  When I moved to Chicago she started dating Roger Fox who was a very good friend of mine.  We didn't keep in touch after high school--what a shame.  She was always laughing and enjoyed life.  I wonder what happened to her. Luv ya Rusty!

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