It is with great sadness that I read that John Brian Becker (JB) passed away this morning 02/0/11.
Free from pain now and watching over his beloved JSP.
You may have followed their incredible blog: http://www.bothofus.org/
I'm saddened to hear of another death from the beast.
Kellie(from Iowa) Stage IV
Cancer Sucks. I'm so not done kicking cancers ass!
I have a lot of life left to live
I, too, and so sorry to read that Mel has taken another fine person. I lost my husband on Nov 30th, 2010, after spending only 12 in Hospice. It was a shock. I thought we had at least 4 more weeks. It is hard...so hard. I am so sorry for the family of this man. I know what they are going through, and it is not easy.
Sherron, wife to Jim, FOREVER
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