Microsoft Outlook Professional Plus 2010 - Recurring meetings still show up weekly on Outlook calendar since 2012

A person in my department has been receiving a recurring meeting on her Outlook calendar since 2012.  She was an attendee.  The project is long over.  The originator who set up the recurring meeting no longer has the same email from 2012 and the meeting does not show up on his current email account Outlook calendar.  How can we remove the recurring meeting from her calendar?  She is not able to delete, but is able to decline, however that means declining every week.
Barbara BottorffAsked:
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Tom CieslikIT EngineerCommented:
What about double click on this meeting and delete it without informing originator ?
If Outlook will ask you to delete this event or all occurrences select all occurrences
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Tom CieslikIT EngineerCommented:
Best solution provided. No more other questions from author
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