At the former Independence home of her mother-in-law, Joyce Giaccetti of Raymore recalled the influence a female thief had on the late Erma Louise Giaccetti, who was bilked out of nearly all of her money — some $350,000 — and her house.
At the former Independence home of her mother-in-law, Joyce Giaccetti of Raymore recalled the influence a female thief had on the late Erma Louise Giaccetti, who was bilked out of nearly all of her money — some $350,000 — and her house. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
At the former Independence home of her mother-in-law, Joyce Giaccetti of Raymore recalled the influence a female thief had on the late Erma Louise Giaccetti, who was bilked out of nearly all of her money — some $350,000 — and her house. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

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