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‘Aunt Pat’ will be missed

My family and I were privileged to know and love “Aunt Pat” Maddalone as a dear friend and neighbor, back in the ’50s when we lived on East Cooper Avenue.

“Aunt Pat” was a true and beloved Aspenite. She will be missed by all, but most especially by the “old-timers” of Aspen.

Jim Markalunas


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