Gone But Not Forgotten by by Mary Tremonte
Gone but not Forgotten: Women who died while serving life sentences in Pennsylvania’s prisons from 1982 – 2020
Died on Medical Release
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[Image description: This is a square image with multiple layers and colors with black outlined flowers. It has text of many women’s names and title text at top. In the center at the top in large red script is text “Gone But Not Forgotten.” The text underneath that is printed in all capitals in black and is smaller, across two lines reading “Women Who Died While Serving Life Sentences in Women’s Prisons in Pennsylvania from 1982-2020.” Women’s names are written in black and in all capitals along the edges of the flowers’ stems, leaves, and petals. There are about 2-3 names per flower. The flowers appear to be a variety of types of wildflowers. There are 8 flowers near the center and upper portion of the page, which is a beige background, that are drawn over soft blocks of colors such as dark pinks, reds, and purples. There are 6 flowers closer to the bottom of the page that are drawn of blocks of green, blue, and yellow colors. At the bottom center of the page is the following centered text in black printing across 4 lines, “Died On Medical Release: Theresa Battles, Joanne Butler, Eliza Medly.” The women’s names along the flowers are: Irma Garcia, Mary Mamon, Shelia Kalbaugh, Jane Barilak, Ruby Caruso, Deborah Marroquin, Violet Williams, Deloris Garner, Delores Castro, Dorothy Finley, Carmen Lozada, Mildred Davis, Kim Bryant, Ruth Robinson, Casandra Simpson, Mary Baumann, Phyllis Krout, Frances Haskins, Rose Buckner, Elaine Dietz, Marlene Rahatt, Kathy Macclellan, Joann Lawrence, Sharon Wiggins, Twla Thompson, Renee Thomas, Jessie Grove, Geraldine Lucas, Dorothy Barlett, Lois Farquharson, Kathleen Foley, Patricia Tempest, Sheri Robbinson, Diane Metzger, Theresa Nunez, Gwendolyn Shamberger, Brenda Baker.]