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One of Loretta Baldridge's last acts in life was to plan a get-together for her fire-weary friends from Los Alamos.
That, said those who knew her, was totally in character for the longtime Albuquerque resident: always concerned about neighbors' feelings, families and futures.
Sadly, Baldridge didn't get to play host to that dinner. She died Wednesday after suffering a heart attack at the age of 83.
Baldridge moved to Albuquerque in 1976 but remained close to the people of Los Alamos, the town she lived in for 29 years.
"It was a special period, not only for her life but in …