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"Daisy, you are deeply missed. I remember your magnificent 'wave' when we met in the hall. Your jokes, ready laughter. You brought much humor and beauty into the world. May you continue to walk in beauty. May faith and grace continue to light your way. May this not be the end. -Marla"
"Condolences to Daisy's family and friends. I appreciated her kindness and astuteness. I also remember Daisy using her best therapist skills when I was having a particularly stressful day at work. Jackie (a co-worker at King County)."
"Daisy was a wonderful friend and coworker. She is greatly missed. My deepest sympathy to her family. Thanks for allowing us come to the service. It will be good to celebrate her. "
"Thank you Daisy for all your kindness and care. All of the work she contributed to the community are greatly appreciated. My deepest sympathy and prayers to all the family and loved ones. Maria Cabrales, Fiscal Services, King County"
"Daisy, you are truly missed! You were such a kind and amazing coworker. I will miss our talks and your help. You had a huge impact on the work you did and will be missed by so many in the community. My deepest condolences to her loved ones. You all are in my thoughts and prayers dueing this time. Rasheena Hibbler, Contract Monitor, King County "
"I will always remember Daisy as a Rainbow Warrior! She was proud of her connection to the University of Hawaii and wore a beautiful rainbow smile to brighten all of our gloomy Seattle days. Miss you, Daisy!"
"I have many great memories of Daisy as she worked in my team at King County for 15 years. She was a great team member who contributed many helpful ideas about how we could do our work to support the behavioral health providers in King County. She will also be remembered as a person who cared for and was supportive of her co-workers and many people that we know that she actively served in the community. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends. Karen Spoelman, Contract Services Coordinator, King County "