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Suzanne “Gisele” Dahan Cook is Coleen Hall’s mother. She was raised in Casablanca before marrying Alfred Cook, a U.S. Military Police soldier stationed in French Morocco during WW II. The couple married in 1945, and Gisele moved to Michigan while her husband remained at war.

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