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Bounce Sporting Club Creates a Michael Phelps-Inspired Burger

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Just in time for the Olympics

A burger fit for an Olympian: three Pat Lafrieda patties, smoked pork belly, truffle hash browns, and more.

Ready or not, the Rio Summer Olympics are less than two weeks away.

To celebrate (and nosh on while we watch athletes from all over the world battle it out on the global stage), Bounce Sporting Club has created the “Notorious Phelps” burger, inspired by Michael Phelps.

The burger, available for a limited time, is made with three Pat Lafrieda patties, smoked pork belly, truffle hash browns, cheddar cheese, pickled Old Bay hollandaise sauce, and a sunny-side up egg.

Bounce Sporting Club’s executive chef Sean Olnowich soaks the brioche bun for the burger with banana-infused Jameson and egg batter to make French toast buns, as French toast is one of Phelps’ favorite breakfast foods, Olnowich said.

“At Bounce Sporting Club we pride ourselves on our burger program,” Olnowich told The Daily Meal, “So what better way than to make a special burger that fits into Phelps' mega calorie daily intake?”

The Notorious Phelps burger will be available August 5–21 and costs $25.

Check out our stories on what the athletes will be eating at the summer Olympic games, the 20 best restaurants in Brazil, and 10 things you need to know about Brazilian food and drink before the Olympics.


Lucille B. Songer 1914-2010

BROOKFIELD - Lucille B. "Lucy" Songer, 96, entered eternal peace at 10:05 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13, 2010, at O'Brien's Memorial Nursing Home, Masury, following a brief illness.

Lucy was born on March 9, 1914, at home in Cherry Valley, Pa., a coal miner's daughter to Massimo "Frank" and Melina Fontanesi Re-Mason.

After graduating from Brookfield High School in 1932, she furthered her education by attending Sharon Business College. She married her love, Thomas A. Songer, on May 23, 1941.

Mrs. Songer had worked during World War II as a bookkeeper, secretary and sales clerk for Polligans Music Store in Farrell, Pa. and later for Whitmer-Smith in Sharon, Pa.

She was raised Catholic and had recently attended Brookfield United Methodist Church. In her spare time, she enjoyed dancing out on the town with her husband, creating oil paintings and drawings together, the activities at the Over the Hill Gang, socializing, eating her chocolates and of course going out to eat lobster. She was very proud to be a homemaker, where she devoted her life to her family. A strong believer in family values, Lucille taught her children these ideals and to value life, instilling joy into the hearts of all her family and friends.

She was a loving mother to her daughter, Dana Basse, who was her caregiver, and her husband Paul, both of Brookfield and to her son, Mark Songer and his life partner, Erin, and her children, twins Blake and Caitlin, and granddaughter, Emma, all of Ashville a gracious sister to her brother, Gordon Mason and his wife, Jewell, both of Sterling, Va. a proud grandma to her grandchildren, Tahnee Blauser and her husband, William, and their children Benjamin, Christopher and twins Anna and Abby, Tiffanee Barnes and her husband, Jonathan, and their daughter Giana, Heather Walters and her husband, Jimmy, and their sons Thomas and Anthony, Katianne Songer, and Robert Songer and his fiancee, Ruth by her daughter-in-law, Joanne Songer and by her numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Lucy was greeted in heaven by her parents by her husband, who died in 1990 by her son, Thomas, who died in 1992 by her daughter-in-law, Suzanne Songer, who died in 2008 by her brothers, Raymond and Charles and by her sister, Louise Wise.

A memorial service in honor of Lucille's life will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Brookfield United Methodist Church, where friends and family may call from 3 p.m. until the service.

Her family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to the Friends of the Brookfield Library.

Her family would also like to acknowledge with special thanks to her doctors, nurses, aides and caregivers for their loving care and compassion.


Lucille B. Songer 1914-2010

BROOKFIELD - Lucille B. "Lucy" Songer, 96, entered eternal peace at 10:05 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13, 2010, at O'Brien's Memorial Nursing Home, Masury, following a brief illness.

Lucy was born on March 9, 1914, at home in Cherry Valley, Pa., a coal miner's daughter to Massimo "Frank" and Melina Fontanesi Re-Mason.

After graduating from Brookfield High School in 1932, she furthered her education by attending Sharon Business College. She married her love, Thomas A. Songer, on May 23, 1941.

Mrs. Songer had worked during World War II as a bookkeeper, secretary and sales clerk for Polligans Music Store in Farrell, Pa. and later for Whitmer-Smith in Sharon, Pa.

She was raised Catholic and had recently attended Brookfield United Methodist Church. In her spare time, she enjoyed dancing out on the town with her husband, creating oil paintings and drawings together, the activities at the Over the Hill Gang, socializing, eating her chocolates and of course going out to eat lobster. She was very proud to be a homemaker, where she devoted her life to her family. A strong believer in family values, Lucille taught her children these ideals and to value life, instilling joy into the hearts of all her family and friends.

She was a loving mother to her daughter, Dana Basse, who was her caregiver, and her husband Paul, both of Brookfield and to her son, Mark Songer and his life partner, Erin, and her children, twins Blake and Caitlin, and granddaughter, Emma, all of Ashville a gracious sister to her brother, Gordon Mason and his wife, Jewell, both of Sterling, Va. a proud grandma to her grandchildren, Tahnee Blauser and her husband, William, and their children Benjamin, Christopher and twins Anna and Abby, Tiffanee Barnes and her husband, Jonathan, and their daughter Giana, Heather Walters and her husband, Jimmy, and their sons Thomas and Anthony, Katianne Songer, and Robert Songer and his fiancee, Ruth by her daughter-in-law, Joanne Songer and by her numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Lucy was greeted in heaven by her parents by her husband, who died in 1990 by her son, Thomas, who died in 1992 by her daughter-in-law, Suzanne Songer, who died in 2008 by her brothers, Raymond and Charles and by her sister, Louise Wise.

A memorial service in honor of Lucille's life will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Brookfield United Methodist Church, where friends and family may call from 3 p.m. until the service.

Her family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to the Friends of the Brookfield Library.

Her family would also like to acknowledge with special thanks to her doctors, nurses, aides and caregivers for their loving care and compassion.


Lucille B. Songer 1914-2010

BROOKFIELD - Lucille B. "Lucy" Songer, 96, entered eternal peace at 10:05 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13, 2010, at O'Brien's Memorial Nursing Home, Masury, following a brief illness.

Lucy was born on March 9, 1914, at home in Cherry Valley, Pa., a coal miner's daughter to Massimo "Frank" and Melina Fontanesi Re-Mason.

After graduating from Brookfield High School in 1932, she furthered her education by attending Sharon Business College. She married her love, Thomas A. Songer, on May 23, 1941.

Mrs. Songer had worked during World War II as a bookkeeper, secretary and sales clerk for Polligans Music Store in Farrell, Pa. and later for Whitmer-Smith in Sharon, Pa.

She was raised Catholic and had recently attended Brookfield United Methodist Church. In her spare time, she enjoyed dancing out on the town with her husband, creating oil paintings and drawings together, the activities at the Over the Hill Gang, socializing, eating her chocolates and of course going out to eat lobster. She was very proud to be a homemaker, where she devoted her life to her family. A strong believer in family values, Lucille taught her children these ideals and to value life, instilling joy into the hearts of all her family and friends.

She was a loving mother to her daughter, Dana Basse, who was her caregiver, and her husband Paul, both of Brookfield and to her son, Mark Songer and his life partner, Erin, and her children, twins Blake and Caitlin, and granddaughter, Emma, all of Ashville a gracious sister to her brother, Gordon Mason and his wife, Jewell, both of Sterling, Va. a proud grandma to her grandchildren, Tahnee Blauser and her husband, William, and their children Benjamin, Christopher and twins Anna and Abby, Tiffanee Barnes and her husband, Jonathan, and their daughter Giana, Heather Walters and her husband, Jimmy, and their sons Thomas and Anthony, Katianne Songer, and Robert Songer and his fiancee, Ruth by her daughter-in-law, Joanne Songer and by her numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Lucy was greeted in heaven by her parents by her husband, who died in 1990 by her son, Thomas, who died in 1992 by her daughter-in-law, Suzanne Songer, who died in 2008 by her brothers, Raymond and Charles and by her sister, Louise Wise.

A memorial service in honor of Lucille's life will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Brookfield United Methodist Church, where friends and family may call from 3 p.m. until the service.

Her family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to the Friends of the Brookfield Library.

Her family would also like to acknowledge with special thanks to her doctors, nurses, aides and caregivers for their loving care and compassion.


Lucille B. Songer 1914-2010

BROOKFIELD - Lucille B. "Lucy" Songer, 96, entered eternal peace at 10:05 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13, 2010, at O'Brien's Memorial Nursing Home, Masury, following a brief illness.

Lucy was born on March 9, 1914, at home in Cherry Valley, Pa., a coal miner's daughter to Massimo "Frank" and Melina Fontanesi Re-Mason.

After graduating from Brookfield High School in 1932, she furthered her education by attending Sharon Business College. She married her love, Thomas A. Songer, on May 23, 1941.

Mrs. Songer had worked during World War II as a bookkeeper, secretary and sales clerk for Polligans Music Store in Farrell, Pa. and later for Whitmer-Smith in Sharon, Pa.

She was raised Catholic and had recently attended Brookfield United Methodist Church. In her spare time, she enjoyed dancing out on the town with her husband, creating oil paintings and drawings together, the activities at the Over the Hill Gang, socializing, eating her chocolates and of course going out to eat lobster. She was very proud to be a homemaker, where she devoted her life to her family. A strong believer in family values, Lucille taught her children these ideals and to value life, instilling joy into the hearts of all her family and friends.

She was a loving mother to her daughter, Dana Basse, who was her caregiver, and her husband Paul, both of Brookfield and to her son, Mark Songer and his life partner, Erin, and her children, twins Blake and Caitlin, and granddaughter, Emma, all of Ashville a gracious sister to her brother, Gordon Mason and his wife, Jewell, both of Sterling, Va. a proud grandma to her grandchildren, Tahnee Blauser and her husband, William, and their children Benjamin, Christopher and twins Anna and Abby, Tiffanee Barnes and her husband, Jonathan, and their daughter Giana, Heather Walters and her husband, Jimmy, and their sons Thomas and Anthony, Katianne Songer, and Robert Songer and his fiancee, Ruth by her daughter-in-law, Joanne Songer and by her numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Lucy was greeted in heaven by her parents by her husband, who died in 1990 by her son, Thomas, who died in 1992 by her daughter-in-law, Suzanne Songer, who died in 2008 by her brothers, Raymond and Charles and by her sister, Louise Wise.

A memorial service in honor of Lucille's life will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Brookfield United Methodist Church, where friends and family may call from 3 p.m. until the service.

Her family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to the Friends of the Brookfield Library.

Her family would also like to acknowledge with special thanks to her doctors, nurses, aides and caregivers for their loving care and compassion.


Lucille B. Songer 1914-2010

BROOKFIELD - Lucille B. "Lucy" Songer, 96, entered eternal peace at 10:05 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13, 2010, at O'Brien's Memorial Nursing Home, Masury, following a brief illness.

Lucy was born on March 9, 1914, at home in Cherry Valley, Pa., a coal miner's daughter to Massimo "Frank" and Melina Fontanesi Re-Mason.

After graduating from Brookfield High School in 1932, she furthered her education by attending Sharon Business College. She married her love, Thomas A. Songer, on May 23, 1941.

Mrs. Songer had worked during World War II as a bookkeeper, secretary and sales clerk for Polligans Music Store in Farrell, Pa. and later for Whitmer-Smith in Sharon, Pa.

She was raised Catholic and had recently attended Brookfield United Methodist Church. In her spare time, she enjoyed dancing out on the town with her husband, creating oil paintings and drawings together, the activities at the Over the Hill Gang, socializing, eating her chocolates and of course going out to eat lobster. She was very proud to be a homemaker, where she devoted her life to her family. A strong believer in family values, Lucille taught her children these ideals and to value life, instilling joy into the hearts of all her family and friends.

She was a loving mother to her daughter, Dana Basse, who was her caregiver, and her husband Paul, both of Brookfield and to her son, Mark Songer and his life partner, Erin, and her children, twins Blake and Caitlin, and granddaughter, Emma, all of Ashville a gracious sister to her brother, Gordon Mason and his wife, Jewell, both of Sterling, Va. a proud grandma to her grandchildren, Tahnee Blauser and her husband, William, and their children Benjamin, Christopher and twins Anna and Abby, Tiffanee Barnes and her husband, Jonathan, and their daughter Giana, Heather Walters and her husband, Jimmy, and their sons Thomas and Anthony, Katianne Songer, and Robert Songer and his fiancee, Ruth by her daughter-in-law, Joanne Songer and by her numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Lucy was greeted in heaven by her parents by her husband, who died in 1990 by her son, Thomas, who died in 1992 by her daughter-in-law, Suzanne Songer, who died in 2008 by her brothers, Raymond and Charles and by her sister, Louise Wise.

A memorial service in honor of Lucille's life will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Brookfield United Methodist Church, where friends and family may call from 3 p.m. until the service.

Her family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to the Friends of the Brookfield Library.

Her family would also like to acknowledge with special thanks to her doctors, nurses, aides and caregivers for their loving care and compassion.


Lucille B. Songer 1914-2010

BROOKFIELD - Lucille B. "Lucy" Songer, 96, entered eternal peace at 10:05 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13, 2010, at O'Brien's Memorial Nursing Home, Masury, following a brief illness.

Lucy was born on March 9, 1914, at home in Cherry Valley, Pa., a coal miner's daughter to Massimo "Frank" and Melina Fontanesi Re-Mason.

After graduating from Brookfield High School in 1932, she furthered her education by attending Sharon Business College. She married her love, Thomas A. Songer, on May 23, 1941.

Mrs. Songer had worked during World War II as a bookkeeper, secretary and sales clerk for Polligans Music Store in Farrell, Pa. and later for Whitmer-Smith in Sharon, Pa.

She was raised Catholic and had recently attended Brookfield United Methodist Church. In her spare time, she enjoyed dancing out on the town with her husband, creating oil paintings and drawings together, the activities at the Over the Hill Gang, socializing, eating her chocolates and of course going out to eat lobster. She was very proud to be a homemaker, where she devoted her life to her family. A strong believer in family values, Lucille taught her children these ideals and to value life, instilling joy into the hearts of all her family and friends.

She was a loving mother to her daughter, Dana Basse, who was her caregiver, and her husband Paul, both of Brookfield and to her son, Mark Songer and his life partner, Erin, and her children, twins Blake and Caitlin, and granddaughter, Emma, all of Ashville a gracious sister to her brother, Gordon Mason and his wife, Jewell, both of Sterling, Va. a proud grandma to her grandchildren, Tahnee Blauser and her husband, William, and their children Benjamin, Christopher and twins Anna and Abby, Tiffanee Barnes and her husband, Jonathan, and their daughter Giana, Heather Walters and her husband, Jimmy, and their sons Thomas and Anthony, Katianne Songer, and Robert Songer and his fiancee, Ruth by her daughter-in-law, Joanne Songer and by her numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Lucy was greeted in heaven by her parents by her husband, who died in 1990 by her son, Thomas, who died in 1992 by her daughter-in-law, Suzanne Songer, who died in 2008 by her brothers, Raymond and Charles and by her sister, Louise Wise.

A memorial service in honor of Lucille's life will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Brookfield United Methodist Church, where friends and family may call from 3 p.m. until the service.

Her family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to the Friends of the Brookfield Library.

Her family would also like to acknowledge with special thanks to her doctors, nurses, aides and caregivers for their loving care and compassion.


Lucille B. Songer 1914-2010

BROOKFIELD - Lucille B. "Lucy" Songer, 96, entered eternal peace at 10:05 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13, 2010, at O'Brien's Memorial Nursing Home, Masury, following a brief illness.

Lucy was born on March 9, 1914, at home in Cherry Valley, Pa., a coal miner's daughter to Massimo "Frank" and Melina Fontanesi Re-Mason.

After graduating from Brookfield High School in 1932, she furthered her education by attending Sharon Business College. She married her love, Thomas A. Songer, on May 23, 1941.

Mrs. Songer had worked during World War II as a bookkeeper, secretary and sales clerk for Polligans Music Store in Farrell, Pa. and later for Whitmer-Smith in Sharon, Pa.

She was raised Catholic and had recently attended Brookfield United Methodist Church. In her spare time, she enjoyed dancing out on the town with her husband, creating oil paintings and drawings together, the activities at the Over the Hill Gang, socializing, eating her chocolates and of course going out to eat lobster. She was very proud to be a homemaker, where she devoted her life to her family. A strong believer in family values, Lucille taught her children these ideals and to value life, instilling joy into the hearts of all her family and friends.

She was a loving mother to her daughter, Dana Basse, who was her caregiver, and her husband Paul, both of Brookfield and to her son, Mark Songer and his life partner, Erin, and her children, twins Blake and Caitlin, and granddaughter, Emma, all of Ashville a gracious sister to her brother, Gordon Mason and his wife, Jewell, both of Sterling, Va. a proud grandma to her grandchildren, Tahnee Blauser and her husband, William, and their children Benjamin, Christopher and twins Anna and Abby, Tiffanee Barnes and her husband, Jonathan, and their daughter Giana, Heather Walters and her husband, Jimmy, and their sons Thomas and Anthony, Katianne Songer, and Robert Songer and his fiancee, Ruth by her daughter-in-law, Joanne Songer and by her numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Lucy was greeted in heaven by her parents by her husband, who died in 1990 by her son, Thomas, who died in 1992 by her daughter-in-law, Suzanne Songer, who died in 2008 by her brothers, Raymond and Charles and by her sister, Louise Wise.

A memorial service in honor of Lucille's life will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Brookfield United Methodist Church, where friends and family may call from 3 p.m. until the service.

Her family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to the Friends of the Brookfield Library.

Her family would also like to acknowledge with special thanks to her doctors, nurses, aides and caregivers for their loving care and compassion.


Lucille B. Songer 1914-2010

BROOKFIELD - Lucille B. "Lucy" Songer, 96, entered eternal peace at 10:05 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13, 2010, at O'Brien's Memorial Nursing Home, Masury, following a brief illness.

Lucy was born on March 9, 1914, at home in Cherry Valley, Pa., a coal miner's daughter to Massimo "Frank" and Melina Fontanesi Re-Mason.

After graduating from Brookfield High School in 1932, she furthered her education by attending Sharon Business College. She married her love, Thomas A. Songer, on May 23, 1941.

Mrs. Songer had worked during World War II as a bookkeeper, secretary and sales clerk for Polligans Music Store in Farrell, Pa. and later for Whitmer-Smith in Sharon, Pa.

She was raised Catholic and had recently attended Brookfield United Methodist Church. In her spare time, she enjoyed dancing out on the town with her husband, creating oil paintings and drawings together, the activities at the Over the Hill Gang, socializing, eating her chocolates and of course going out to eat lobster. She was very proud to be a homemaker, where she devoted her life to her family. A strong believer in family values, Lucille taught her children these ideals and to value life, instilling joy into the hearts of all her family and friends.

She was a loving mother to her daughter, Dana Basse, who was her caregiver, and her husband Paul, both of Brookfield and to her son, Mark Songer and his life partner, Erin, and her children, twins Blake and Caitlin, and granddaughter, Emma, all of Ashville a gracious sister to her brother, Gordon Mason and his wife, Jewell, both of Sterling, Va. a proud grandma to her grandchildren, Tahnee Blauser and her husband, William, and their children Benjamin, Christopher and twins Anna and Abby, Tiffanee Barnes and her husband, Jonathan, and their daughter Giana, Heather Walters and her husband, Jimmy, and their sons Thomas and Anthony, Katianne Songer, and Robert Songer and his fiancee, Ruth by her daughter-in-law, Joanne Songer and by her numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Lucy was greeted in heaven by her parents by her husband, who died in 1990 by her son, Thomas, who died in 1992 by her daughter-in-law, Suzanne Songer, who died in 2008 by her brothers, Raymond and Charles and by her sister, Louise Wise.

A memorial service in honor of Lucille's life will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Brookfield United Methodist Church, where friends and family may call from 3 p.m. until the service.

Her family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to the Friends of the Brookfield Library.

Her family would also like to acknowledge with special thanks to her doctors, nurses, aides and caregivers for their loving care and compassion.


Lucille B. Songer 1914-2010

BROOKFIELD - Lucille B. "Lucy" Songer, 96, entered eternal peace at 10:05 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13, 2010, at O'Brien's Memorial Nursing Home, Masury, following a brief illness.

Lucy was born on March 9, 1914, at home in Cherry Valley, Pa., a coal miner's daughter to Massimo "Frank" and Melina Fontanesi Re-Mason.

After graduating from Brookfield High School in 1932, she furthered her education by attending Sharon Business College. She married her love, Thomas A. Songer, on May 23, 1941.

Mrs. Songer had worked during World War II as a bookkeeper, secretary and sales clerk for Polligans Music Store in Farrell, Pa. and later for Whitmer-Smith in Sharon, Pa.

She was raised Catholic and had recently attended Brookfield United Methodist Church. In her spare time, she enjoyed dancing out on the town with her husband, creating oil paintings and drawings together, the activities at the Over the Hill Gang, socializing, eating her chocolates and of course going out to eat lobster. She was very proud to be a homemaker, where she devoted her life to her family. A strong believer in family values, Lucille taught her children these ideals and to value life, instilling joy into the hearts of all her family and friends.

She was a loving mother to her daughter, Dana Basse, who was her caregiver, and her husband Paul, both of Brookfield and to her son, Mark Songer and his life partner, Erin, and her children, twins Blake and Caitlin, and granddaughter, Emma, all of Ashville a gracious sister to her brother, Gordon Mason and his wife, Jewell, both of Sterling, Va. a proud grandma to her grandchildren, Tahnee Blauser and her husband, William, and their children Benjamin, Christopher and twins Anna and Abby, Tiffanee Barnes and her husband, Jonathan, and their daughter Giana, Heather Walters and her husband, Jimmy, and their sons Thomas and Anthony, Katianne Songer, and Robert Songer and his fiancee, Ruth by her daughter-in-law, Joanne Songer and by her numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Lucy was greeted in heaven by her parents by her husband, who died in 1990 by her son, Thomas, who died in 1992 by her daughter-in-law, Suzanne Songer, who died in 2008 by her brothers, Raymond and Charles and by her sister, Louise Wise.

A memorial service in honor of Lucille's life will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Brookfield United Methodist Church, where friends and family may call from 3 p.m. until the service.

Her family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to the Friends of the Brookfield Library.

Her family would also like to acknowledge with special thanks to her doctors, nurses, aides and caregivers for their loving care and compassion.


Lucille B. Songer 1914-2010

BROOKFIELD - Lucille B. "Lucy" Songer, 96, entered eternal peace at 10:05 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13, 2010, at O'Brien's Memorial Nursing Home, Masury, following a brief illness.

Lucy was born on March 9, 1914, at home in Cherry Valley, Pa., a coal miner's daughter to Massimo "Frank" and Melina Fontanesi Re-Mason.

After graduating from Brookfield High School in 1932, she furthered her education by attending Sharon Business College. She married her love, Thomas A. Songer, on May 23, 1941.

Mrs. Songer had worked during World War II as a bookkeeper, secretary and sales clerk for Polligans Music Store in Farrell, Pa. and later for Whitmer-Smith in Sharon, Pa.

She was raised Catholic and had recently attended Brookfield United Methodist Church. In her spare time, she enjoyed dancing out on the town with her husband, creating oil paintings and drawings together, the activities at the Over the Hill Gang, socializing, eating her chocolates and of course going out to eat lobster. She was very proud to be a homemaker, where she devoted her life to her family. A strong believer in family values, Lucille taught her children these ideals and to value life, instilling joy into the hearts of all her family and friends.

She was a loving mother to her daughter, Dana Basse, who was her caregiver, and her husband Paul, both of Brookfield and to her son, Mark Songer and his life partner, Erin, and her children, twins Blake and Caitlin, and granddaughter, Emma, all of Ashville a gracious sister to her brother, Gordon Mason and his wife, Jewell, both of Sterling, Va. a proud grandma to her grandchildren, Tahnee Blauser and her husband, William, and their children Benjamin, Christopher and twins Anna and Abby, Tiffanee Barnes and her husband, Jonathan, and their daughter Giana, Heather Walters and her husband, Jimmy, and their sons Thomas and Anthony, Katianne Songer, and Robert Songer and his fiancee, Ruth by her daughter-in-law, Joanne Songer and by her numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Lucy was greeted in heaven by her parents by her husband, who died in 1990 by her son, Thomas, who died in 1992 by her daughter-in-law, Suzanne Songer, who died in 2008 by her brothers, Raymond and Charles and by her sister, Louise Wise.

A memorial service in honor of Lucille's life will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Brookfield United Methodist Church, where friends and family may call from 3 p.m. until the service.

Her family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to the Friends of the Brookfield Library.

Her family would also like to acknowledge with special thanks to her doctors, nurses, aides and caregivers for their loving care and compassion.


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