Topic: On A Sad Note

I met a wonderful man through this web site from Waukesha Wisconsin (we are originally from Milwaukee now in Phoenix) and we corresponded for  almost 2 years.  He had exactly what Teddy has and he passed away this last Tuesday, September 9th. His name is John Schultz, he was 53  and while he was not a real active member of our CC club, he and I were there for some great exchanges along with family pictures. What sticks in my mind the most is when he said, 'I am only 51 and I want to live just long enough to see my grandchildren". You will see them, John, you will see your grandchildren.

Teddy ~In our hearts forever~ATTITUDE is EVERYTHING
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Re: On A Sad Note

Oh, that is so sad. 
My belief is that he will see them from Heaven, and his future grandchildren will have their own special saint to love them and pray for them their whole lives.

Re: On A Sad Note

Lainy......I am so sorry to hear that you have lost your dear friend John to this cancer and therefore, we are experiencing another loss within our CC family.   
I possible, would you please extend to his family, my sincere condolences. 
Hugs
Marion

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Re: On A Sad Note

Lainy,
So sorry your friend has passed.  This disease is so cruel.  Just when life is supposed to slow down and be enjoyable...WHAM.  Prayers for him and his family and also to you and Teddy.
Karen

Wishing all God's blessings!

Re: On A Sad Note

Lainy,

Sorry to hear about your friend in Waukesha.  I also would like to extend my condolences to the family.  This terrible cancer is just taking away too many good people way too soon. It is so sad.

Darla

"One Day At A Time"

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