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RIP My Sweet Girl

Discussion in 'Gone But Not Forgotten' started by typ4, Oct 6, 2020.

  1. skyking1

    skyking1 Senior Member

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    I know it is two years past. Orangeman bumped this so I feel compelled to send you my condolences and share with you that helpless feeling, RDD.
    My dad died in my arms, a 63 year old with a bad heart. it is apples and oranges, except for that helpless feeling. There were two respiratory therapists in the grocery store that day, so I did not have to do the CPR myself.
    That inability to fix it tears at us all. Please send my condolences to your bride as well.
     
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