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Marion Corson Vier, 87, died on December 20, 2007, after a long illness with Alzheimers disease. She was born in Denver, CO, where at the age of 3 she was rendered totally deaf after contracting the measles. A year later her parents were instrumental in establishing the first class for the deaf within the Denver Public School system. Throughout grade and junior high school Marion attended speech and lip reading classes while maintaining a full regular schedule of courses with normal-hearing students. By lip reading she could communicate with everyone so easily that most strangers who conversed with her did not realize that she was deaf.
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