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Mary Ford Winsor

Mary Winsor FordMary Winsor Ford, longtime Kenai resident, passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015 at her daughter's home in Nipomo, California. She was 93. Mary and her husband, George Ford, moved to Kenai in 1975 when George became Plant Manager at

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Mayor Porter presents Mary Ford with Key to the City...

For years Mary Ford was known for her journalistic photography of the Kenai Peninsula as well as her service along side of her husband George in every...

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Dispatch
Kenai Rotary welcomes Ford to his Roaring Nineties

...from the physical and financial support of George and Mary Ford. George celebrated 90 years of life last week surrounded...Service Above Self". It was an honor for me to welcome Mary Ford into our club as an honorary member," said Kenai Club...

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Music to my ears

...Needless to say, my aunt didn't let us play the piano often.By the time I was listening to "my" music - Les Paul and Mary Ford, Elvis, Connie Francis, the Ames Brothers, Fats Domino - vinyl records had become the mode. They came in 45 rpm singles...

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Community
Peninsula Reflections

...and Sylvia's granddaughters. -- Mary Ford with the Kenai Historical Society. Photo by Mary Ford Kenai Mayor James Elson, left cuts...and ends at the beach. Photo by Mary Ford The original bridge had been used...

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People
Meeting of the minds

...Dick Morgan, unidentified woman, John Wise, Lorraine Knight, unidentified men standing and seated, Jim Fisher, Jim Payne and George Day. Left. Jay Hammond. This information was provided by Mary Ford with the Kenai Historical Society.

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People
Parade marches on because of many

...and ACS. We thank the city of Kenai and Parks and Recreation Department, police department, grand marshals George and Mary Ford, 2006 Queen of Kenai Anita Necessary, 2005 Queen Emily DeForest, chairperson Penny Furnish; parade judges from the...

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Peninsula Reflections

...Chapel in Kenai is shown in this 1982 photo. Photo by Mary Ford We would guess that the crosses stood over the burials for...predating the chapel by 10 years. This column was written by Mary Ford, with the Kenai Historical Society.

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People
Thanks to community, cabins repaired

...Anderson, Evelyn Boulette and Sharon Fisher in their ongoing efforts to obtain furnishings for the cabins and getting them ready for public visitation. We are glad we made our home in such a wonderful community. George and Mary Ford; Kenai

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Opinion
Fourth of July on the march

...best floats and this year's grand marshals, George and Mary Ford. "We look for someone who has been in the community...city, the chamber and these two are." Since George and Mary Ford moved to the Kenai Peninsula from California in 1975...

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