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Schmidt to celebrate 100th birthday

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Posted: Tuesday, April 2, 2013 12:00 am

Norma Schmidt, of Maryville, is celebrating her 100th birthday with family. She was born in Wisconsin on April 5, 1913 and lived in Columbia, S.C. before moving to Maryville in 1998 after the death of her husband, Dr. E.J. Schmidt. She is currently a resident of Asbury Place.

Mrs. Schmidt’s family includes daughter Karen S. Goudelock and son-in-law Dr. D.S. “Steve” Goudelock of Maryville, grandson Bill Dixon of Blythewood, S.C., granddaughter Tracy D. Walker and husband Scott Walker, of Maryville.

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