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Published: Thursday, Aug. 11 2011 11:00 a.m. MDT

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FDRfan
Sugar City, ID

What a grand example of womanhood. She had it all.

pedrotan
Tacloban City, Philippines

If every woman in this planet were like her, what immense goodness this world would have! Farewell to a great lady.

MEBates
Columbia, SC

I was privileged to be at a "Time Out for Women" two years ago, when Sister Okazaki was a speaker. It was a real treat, because I had been trying to see her for years, while living in California, and I never was able to do so. Then, on that day I went to TOFW, one of the other planned speakers had encountered a family emergency and Sister Okazaki was a last minute substitute. She was wonderful! I was also privileged to speak with her at the session break and she was so gracious and I felt her love as it is described in this article. She is truly a special woman and the world is the better for her having been in it, and I am better for having had a personal contact with her. My condolences to her family and friends everywhere.

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