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Dorothy Gene Cilwa

By: Paul S. Cilwa Viewed: 10/18/2021
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All about my late youngest sister.
Name:Dorothy Gene Cilwa
Born:June 24, 1954
FatherWalter Sigimund Cilwa
MotherEdna Mae (Brown) Cilwa
DiedDecember 16, 1955
Age at death:18 months

Dorothy Gene died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome at the upper age that malady can strike, about 18 months old. In her grief, it appears our mom destroyed every photo of her, except for one or two in which her face cannot be seen.

Dorothy Gene Is Born

By: Paul S. Cilwa Occurred: 6/24/1954
Topics: #Autobiography #DorothyGene
Milestone: #Birth
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The birth of my youngest baby sister.
Milestone: Birth
Who: Dorothy Gene Cilwa
Date and time: October 10, 1953
Father: Walter Sigimund Cilwa
Mother: Edna Mae (Brown) Cilwa

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Dorothy Gene's Astrological Chart

By: Paul S. Cilwa Topics: #Astrology Page Views: 1983
My sister Dorothy Gene's stars!

You tend to be very shy and not very self-assertive. You are supercritical about how you appear to others. Even though you may think you are uninteresting and dull, you are actually quite soft- spoken, orderly, neat and very likable. You are a perfectionist with high standards, and at times you can be quite tactless in pointing out the faults of others. Very practical, efficient and purposeful, your appearance and bearing reflect your need to appear graceful, sensible and reserved. You have a crisp, no-nonsense approach to dealing with others. Never lazy or self-indulgent, you tend to be dedicated to the work ethic.

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A Death In The Family

By: Paul S. Cilwa Occurred: 12/16/1955
Topics: #Autobiography #DorothyGene
Milestone: #Death
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The time we lost my baby sister.
My first experience with death came when I was about five. My father and his first son, "Billy", had extended the living quarters of the factory with a beautiful new room added beyond the master bedroom. This was to be where my sisters would sleep, though it doubled as a playroom.

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