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Karen Konery (Lowry)
Wendy was always smiling! She was fun to be in her company and a very smart person! My condolences to her family.
Kathleen Kinsner (Baginski)
Published in The Arizona Republic on Sept. 19, 2006
Pam Miles (Bush)
Growing up in Berea, Wendy was my neighbor and best friend. Our music teacher formed an all female band. Wendy played drums and I played guitar. We wanted cool names in the band so Wendy chose the name Sunni. I played a finger-picking style of accoustic guitar and sometimes the strings squeaked, so Wendy named me Cricket - a nickname I still use 50 years later.
My Dad bought 11 mini-bikes in an auction and let all the neighborhood kids ride them in the open area under the high tension wires next to our house. This is Wendy riding one of those mini-bikes. We had so much fun. Today, our mutual friend and class of 1971 alum Linda Rowan now lives on the same street.
Wendy had the best family - a great brother Craig, the sweetest mother who worked at Baldwin Wallace College, and her Dad was a talented photographer. Instead of a cat or a dog, she had a rabbit than ran loose in the house which I thought was very unique. She was 2 years ahead of me in high school, so we lost touch after she graduated. It is very sad to know she is gone now, but she will never be forgotten.