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Deborah Raffin (Aunt Julie) 1953-2012

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    txgirl75

    [1]Nov 30, 2012
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    We lost another good actress from 7th Heaven. I was watching GMC reruns of 7th heaven and after the show ended it said in memory of Deborah Raffin. She had lukima and died November 21st. Don't know why they waited a week to say anything. RIP at Julie..

    Edited on 11/30/2012 7:26am
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    sallenj

    [2]Nov 30, 2012
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    I know. It's sad. I found out from a fansite for Mackenzie Rosman that I visit some. I know Peter Graves (the Colonel)also died awhile back. Does anybody know if the actress who played Grandma Ruth is still alive?



    I guess what surprised me the most about Raffin was that she was still relatively young, and I'd not even heard any reports that she was sick.

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    txgirl75

    [3]Dec 1, 2012
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    I don't know about Grandma RUth. I know the lady that played Annie's step mom died a few years ago. They guy that played Alan Fudge died this last year.
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    [4]Dec 1, 2012
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    I just looked up Barabra Rush who polayed grandma Ruth she's still alive 85 years old.
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    sallenj

    [5]Dec 1, 2012
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    Okay. So that's actors/actresses for the Colonel, Grandpa Jackson, Annie's Stepmom, Lou, and now, Aunt Julie, that have all passed on. It's kind of sobering when you think about it that way.

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