The passionate storyteller spent nearly a quarter century developing written language and Scripture for a Papua New Guinea village.
Marilyn Laszlo always considered herself a “Hoosier farmgirl.” The 88-year-old died recently, just a few miles from her family’s nine-acre property outside Valparaiso, Indiana. But the news of her death was felt most deeply in a village on the other side of the world.
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