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Yesterday, the Twin Cities collector car community lost one of their most ardent supporters.

Phyllis (Dee) Galberth, passed away yesterday morning following a massive stroke last Thursday night. Several hours of Brain Surgery following her stroke were termed 'futile'. Phyllis was on Life support for 48 hrs. following the surgery and was stable enough Sunday to come off it, but then succumbed to the stroke the next day.

Phyllis served as a member of the InterMarque! Vintage Foreign Motorcars of the Upper Midwest. Also, Phyllis was the Managing Editor of the InterMarque Monthly newsletter as well as Chairperson of InterMarque's annual Spring Kick-Off Car show, now in it's 17th year.

Phyllis was a dynamic force and much of the state of the collector community today is through Phyllis's efforts. She will be seriously missed and near-impossible to replace.

Phyllis was 59 and is survived by her husband Keith, and 3 grown children.

R.I.P. Dee - you will be sorely missed!

Cheers!

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