MONTICELLO, N.Y. (AP) — The 78-year-old woman's mind was clouded by dementia. But she recognized the brunette with a slight smile in the faded picture from the 1970s detectives showed her."Me," the woman uttered in a voice barely above a whisper.The picture helped investigators visiting an assisted-living facility near Boston last month verify they had finally found Flora Stevens. She had been a $2.25-an-hour chambermaid at the grandest hotel in upstate New York's Catskills when she was dropped off at a hospital one summer night in 1975 and vanished.
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OCTOBER 16, 2013
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DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - GRECO SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES, LLC
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