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    A heartwarming and emotional tribute from Susaye for our much loved and greatly missed Mary Wilson.

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    I think that was a very beautiful and heartfelt tribute by former Supremes Scherrie Payne and Susaye Greene to the late Supreme Mary Wilson. Very touching and genuine.

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    Very well done and quite touching.

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    cool ladies ', the perfect song as well

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    It's a lovely tribute, but it is slighly ironic that Mary herself mentioned in her book that the song being played "over and over" at Flo's funeral, "a song that neither Flo nor I had sung on". Some 50 years later, it is of course rather irrevelant - just an observation!

    I do find it strange that among the many accolades Mary receives in the booklet of her Anthology, none of the Supremes have been interviewed for it.

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    Classy, touching, and well-deserved. Still miss you Mary!
    I am so happy that Sherrie and Susaye [[with Joyce) are still going strong.
    I have to go find their tour schedule...

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    I was told that they were not asked/included. Scherrie, Lynda and Susaye all wrote loving tributes to Mary on her passing. Scherrie and Lynda both attended the Grammy Museum memorial/tribute to Mary as well and were not included as speakers/guests.



    Quote Originally Posted by soren1974 View Post
    It's a lovely tribute, but it is slighly ironic that Mary herself mentioned in her book that the song being played "over and over" at Flo's funeral, "a song that neither Flo nor I had sung on". Some 50 years later, it is of course rather irrevelant - just an observation!

    I do find it strange that among the many accolades Mary receives in the booklet of her Anthology, none of the Supremes have been interviewed for it.

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