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I am so upset right now. I was reading our local paper this morning and found out an family member passed away last night, he was only 44. I am just in shock. My poor sil has to bury an young brother in november now an young bil now. He had been sick when my bil was so sick, but we had thought he was getting better. I guess i better get going on cleaning this house cause im sure i will have an houseful by the time the day is over. Keep us all in your thoughts and prayers.

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I am so sorry to hear about this. I know what you mean about "Why do the good die young." Sometimes it just doesn't seem fair.

You guys will be in my thoughts.

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He did have such rough life tho, his parents had him late in life and he was born with cerebral or md, i cant think straight right now. But he was such an delight to be around. He always had a smile on his face, he couldnt talk much and when he did it was hard to understand, but he never let his condition let him down. He lived in a group home here and he loved it. They did so much with him. He started to go downhil when his dad passed away years ago. Last we heard was he was living with my sil, but something must have happened and he came back here. The paper just said he passed away and not much else.

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I'm so sorry Paula!!! Sending {{{hugs}}} and prayers!

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I am so sorry to hear this.

I have endured a lot of loss in my life. I have come to believe that we are all here to teach something in our time here. Once that is accomplished we move on. Often that move comes much sooner than those who love us would prefer.

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I am so sorry to hear this.

I have endured a lot of loss in my life. I have come to believe that we are all here to teach something in our time here. Once that is accomplished we move on. Often that move comes much sooner than those who love us would prefer.

((((((((((((HUGS)))))))))))))))

I think you are so right especially with this guy. He taught so many to enjoy life no matter what, his disability never stopped him being happy. I do know he is in such an better place now were hopefully he can walk and talk and be with his dad. he was a very strong young man that meant so much to so many. I so hope they have the services here since he passed away here and that this doesnt come into a big ww3 like it did with my bil.

paula

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