Caroline... May you rest in peace. My prayers and thoughts of your couragous battle will never leave my mind. Robert, she handled herself with the utmost grace and dignity I have ever known. My prayers of support are flowing your way, Just up there in colorado staying warm. God Bless You and the Family! Jeff G.
This is a little shocking. Caroline's post was one of the first things I read when I discovered this site a year or two ago. I guess I just assumed from her posts and her attitude that she would continue to beat this thing.
My thoughts and prayers go out to her friends and family.
To Caroline's family, I'm so sorry for your loss. I loved reading her blog and was rooting for her all the way. She seemed like a wonderful person, full of life. Her loving spirit will be with you always! My prayers are with you. Mary
My sincere condolences for your loss, Caroline was one of the first people with whom I connected with when I first found this website, I always admired her strength, courage and ability to appreciate each day throughout her long battle with this disease. I am so very sad to hear that she has passed away.
To Caroline's family, You have lost a wonderful woman and you have my sincere condolences. For those who read her blog, it is like we all knew her too and it is hard to believe that someone with such strength and determination to live and enjoy is now gone. My thoughts are with you and her friends.
Seeing Kelly Lester's picture on "faces of cholangiocarcinoma" made me want to go back and read some of her blog (lesterlink.blogspot.com). I came across a posting from Caroline Stouffer. She said "Joel, thank you for your tribute to Kelly. I have the same wishes when I am gone - that everyone live their life to the fullest and not waste any time being unhappy". Doesn't that sound just like her?? She certainly did that. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family. Betty Johnson
Caroline you were an inspiration. I always went to your blog and was uplifted by your positive attitude and desire to keep on trucking. How I wish you'd won that bowling trophy but I'm so glad that you went after it. May you rest in peace. You and Robert are in my prayers and meditations.
Just up here in VT thinking about your life in Colorado.
I am so sorry to hear about Caroline's death. I foloowed her blog and she seemed so vibrant and full of life that I thought that by sheer will alone, she would survive. My thoughts are with her family and friends at this difficult time. Patricia