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Memories of Lorimier home
It makes my heart feel so happy that my family home at 220 N. Lorimier St. was again on the home tour.
My parents, Emit and Linda Busch, bought the home in 1932. My sister Virginia and two brothers Gene and Buddy had a very happy childhood growing up in that home. Also at different times our grandparents would live with us, as at that time there were no nursing homes.
The backyard was filled with fruit trees and a grape arbor. It was a great playground.
I am so glad the home is being so well taken care off.
MAXINE BUSCH BOREN, Cape Girardeau