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Thanks all for the kind words/messages,

but know that any sadness also is accompanied by 'welcome tears' as this conclusion is a much preferred alternative to how Sue was 'living'.

While a tragic ending, Sue's life was grand one and filled with joy, family, and many efforts to bring fairness and justice to individuals and our social fabric.

And now to her well deserved rest........take care, sister, take care and thanks for lessons learned.

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In Memory...

of Jesus on His Birthday!
Today is the 25th of December in the
2011th day of Our Lord. To be Sure. (EST)

2011 AD or 2011 After Death (of Jesus)
(What a horrrible death. See here.)
Yes-----> the year is 2011 AD
Some people keep track of these things.

We just finished having birthday cake
for Jesus and it was delicious! I made it
super special with lot's of love, xo!

A song for All of Us! Hearing Jerry do this tune
with JGB was God send. Child-like and Grandparent
reflection though out the song! Now, if I can remember
where we were.

My Sisters and Brothers

A
I want to say to my sisters and my brothers
D
Keep the faith
A
When the storm flies and the wind blows
E
Go on at a sturdy pace
A add7
When the battle is fought and the victory's won
D
We can all shout together, "We have overcome!"
A D
We'll talk to the father and the son
A
When we make it to the promised land

When we walk together little children
We don't ever have to worry
Through this world of trouble
We've got to love one another
Let us take our fellow man by the hand
Try to help him to understand
We can all be together forever and forever
When we make it to the promised land

Our bible reads
Thou shalt not be afraid
Of the terror by night
Or the arrow that flies by day
Nor for the pestilence
That walketh in the darkness
Nor for the destruction
That waiteth in the noon-day hour

We will walk together little children
We don't ever have to worry
Through this world of trouble
We got to love one another
Let us take our fellow man by the hand
Try and help him to understand
We can all be together forever and forever
When we make it to the promised land
*Solo* (verse)

This world is not our home
We're only passing through
Our train is all made up
Way beyond the blue
Let us do the very best that we can
While we're travelling through this land
We can all be together shakin' our hand
When we make it to the promised land, children

When we make it to the promised land
Make it to the promised land
Make it to the promised land
Make it to the promised land
When we make it to the promised land
Make it to the promised land
We can all be together forever and ever
When we make it to the promised land
We can all be together forever and ever
When we make it to the promised land~~

I love you all.
Like the Prince of Peace.
---------(----@

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Oroboros

sorry for your loss, glad for Sue's freedom at last after such a long ordeal.

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Condolences

Sorry to see you've lost your sister-in-law to such a dreadful disease. I hope you and your family make it through the holidays okay.

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Her love will never cease...
remember that part you get to keep.
I will embrace you with all my heart, xo.
Wish you were here... but alas you are,
I am but human too. (((((*)))))
Lovelight shining to you from NY.
Peace and Comfort for the days ahead.
>>>>onward love onward>>>>>>
xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

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Her love will never cease...
remember that part you get to keep.
I will embrace you with all my heart, xo.
Wish you were here... but alas you are,
I am but human too. (((((*)))))
Lovelight shining to you from NY.
Peace and Comfort for the days ahead.
>>>>onward love onward>>>>>>
xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

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My sister in law Sue finished her 'long goodbye' tonight.

10 years of gradual decline with MS
presenting like Alzheimer's disease.
The last several immobile in a bed
with little brain activity.

Now she is free.

"She sang a while and then flew off..
.....don't cry now, don't you cry,...
dry your eyes, on the wind..."

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Joel Selvin nails it:

"When people in San Francisco speak of Warren Hellman 100 years in the future - and they will - it may very well be similar to what Churchill said of Gandhi: They will wonder if such a man ever truly did exist."

Besides Hardly Strictly, there was the Free Clinic. And that was just the start. Gave rich guys a good name.

Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/12/19/MNIL1MEC31.DTL&ao=2#ixzz1h5x5nuE5

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yeah

what a bummer, but what a cool guy. We were lucky to have him.

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.......Warren Hellman

http://www.baycitizen.org/obituaries/story/warren-hellman-dies-77/1/

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