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Rhoda Parrish

Rhoda “Fay” Parrish of Glenwood Springs tiptoed quietly from this world on December 1st. Born in 1926, she and her husband lived in several places throughout their lives.

Mr. & Mrs. Parrish moved to Glenwood Springs to be near their daughter and son-in-law, Donna and Bernie Mysior of Snowmass Village and Boulder. Other family in Colorado include grandson Bruce Johnson and granddaughter Natalie Taber, and great-grandchildren Vinny Johnson and Lucy and Anna Taber.

Services will be Monday Dec. 9th 1 P. M. at Farnum-Holt Chapel. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Breast Cancer Action.

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