Briton to Beaconite: Gwen Nerrie

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2 Responses to "Briton to Beaconite: Gwen Nerrie"

  1. Diane Meeker-Butler   October 12, 2018 at 12:22 pm

    My family and I grew up in Beacon and two of my sisters and myself worked for/with Gwen and Trav Nerrie for years at Nerrie Pharmacy. Such a wonderful couple and Gwen is and has always been extremely kind, humble and loving. She would do anything for anyone. Great article on a true “pillar of our Beacon community.”

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    Chip Rowe   October 12, 2018 at 2:28 pm

    Gwen Nerrie, at church, reads Deb Lucke’s cartoon. (Photo by Dan Rigney)

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