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glenn57

father-in-law passed

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well after 2 1/2 months of dealing with cancer my wifes dad passed away and went to the big lake in the sky sunday morning. at least he didnt suffer long. he will be missed.

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I'm sad to hear the news glenn. You and your family have my prayers and condolences.

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sorry to hear that glenn, our prayers go out to you an your family, Boar

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My prayers to you and your family.

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HEY THANKS EVERYONE. do appreciate it. this means we only have my mom left for parents. sue is really hangin in there good, but i dont think its really sunk in.

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Sorry to hear that. We'll be thinking about you and your family.

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Prayers go to you and your family... our consolences...

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Glenn, you and ur family are in my thoughts and prayers! Hang in there!

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Glen, sorry to hear of your loss. Always sad to see someone go.

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Glenn you will have your family in my prayers. Make sure to give Sue a extra hug tonight.

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Sorry to hear of your families loss. I'll be thinking of you.

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thanks again everyone. i will let sue know what the FM family says.

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Sorry to hear the news double hugs from me

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Glenn you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

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