Dear Shrewsbury String Quartet,
String music held a very special place in our mother’s heart. We knew that she wanted a string quartet at her funeral and we are very thankful that we found you. You were absolutely wonderful. Many of our friends told us that it was most memorable and emotional when you played Amazing Grace as the pallbearers carried mom out of the church. They said it was something that they will never forget. We wish that we could have met under different circumstances and that mom could have heard you play, although I’m not so sure that she didn’t.
Sincerely,
Rose

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