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536 lending teams in the "Memorials" category
  • Team Halouzka

    Team Halouzka

    3 members have lent $475 in 19 loans
    USA Category: Memorials Team since: Jan, 2013
    We loan because: We honor the loving and generous spirit of Mike (Milos), George and Linda Halouzka -- Czech-Americans who had a zest for life. They loved the countries and cultures they encountered during decades of living and working…
  • Martin Hollis Memorial

    Martin Hollis Memorial

    4 members have lent $475 in 19 loans
    Connecticut, US Category: Memorials Team since: Jun, 2011
    We loan because: To pay tribute to someone who was greatly loved, who loved greatly and who left us too soon.
  • Friends of Catherine Shelton

    Friends of Catherine Shelton

    7 members have lent $475 in 19 loans
    Claremont, California Category: Memorials Team since: Oct, 2010
    We loan because: Catherine loved people and we love Catherine!
  • Live Like Luke

    Live Like Luke

    6 members have lent $475 in 17 loans
    NJ to Cali Category: Memorials Team since: Dec, 2008
    We loan because: We like to think that if the roles were reversed someone would extend a loan to us.
  • Nicholas Edward Winstine

    Nicholas Edward Winstine

    5 members have lent $450 in 18 loans
    Category: Memorials Team since: Nov, 2010
    We loan because: Your life is judged by the happiness you have brought to others and we would like to honor the memory of Nick who has brought happiness to all who had the honor of knowing him.
  • Team Mekuria Marru

    Team Mekuria Marru

    2 members have lent $425 in 17 loans
    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Category: Memorials Team since: Mar, 2015
    We loan because: We feel it is more powerful to give someone the means to help themselves, then to just offer a handout.