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The final peace

jenene
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Joined: Oct 2010

My husband Kevin finally passed away yesterday morning at 5am. He has been suffering since his diagnosis in October. It was a nasty road but I know now he is in peace. I hope to see him again someday. My 4 yeard old daughter asked me yesterday when she would get a daddy, a real daddy. I hope she will heal soon. I want her to be happy. He was a loving father, wonderful husband and most of all my best friend. He was only 38 and didn't deserve to go so soon. His legacy will live on though. Miss you sweetie!

mr steve
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Joined: Sep 2009

Jenene,

You and Kevin are both in our thoughts and prayers.

{HUG}

Steve

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UKLady
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Sending you my kindest and warmest thoughts for you and your daughter.

Lyndsey

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luz del lago
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Joined: Jul 2010

I wish there were the "right" words, or a magic wand that would take away the sorrow of your loss. What I can send is hope and prayers that you and your sweet daughter are surrounded by love and support. Take good care of her and yourself. You will need time and peace to come through this. Knowing that your beloved husband is no longer in pain and discomfort is the first step and tool in the healing process.

With sincere condolences,

Lucy

3Mana
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Jenene,
So sorry to hear about Kevin. My heart is breaking for you cause I know what you're going through. These coming days will be stressful and you will have to be strong for your little girl. Please give your little girl a big hug for me and tell her that daddy is going to be her angel now & the bright star in the sky.
Please keep in touch! "Carole"

Noellesmom
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Lifting prayers for you and your daughter, jenene. I know this has been very difficult for you.

Hugs.

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mswijiknyc
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((((hugs))))

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grandmafay
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I am glad your husband is at peace. Now you need to find your peace. Don't be afraid to grieve and don't let anyone tell you how to do that. Blessings, Fay

DitZy2
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Joined: Dec 2010

So sorry for your loss, I can not even imagine what you are going with having little ones. May the days be kind to you and the memories of your loved one give you comfort. Stay in touch honey...

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Tina Blondek
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Hello Jenene May I send to you my most heartfelt sympathies on your recent loss of Kevin. God bless you and your daughter, May he give you both the strength and peace you will both need during this difficult time. Yes, Kevin is now at peace, as well as my dad, Ray. May they both continue to rest in peace, until we all meet again! Yes, Jenene...we will meet again.
Tina in Va

DitZy2
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Joined: Dec 2010

My sympathies to you and your family with your loss. That is way to young! May the days ahead be kind to you and may you find peace that your Kevin is no longer suffering.

(((Hugs))) Diane

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hope0310
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Joined: May 2010

For you and your daughter.

Peace is often too often best. Be good to yourself...

Elysia

mrsbotch
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Joined: Oct 2010

Jenene

I am so very sorry about Kevin. I had just lost Vince a few days earlier. I still cannot beleive he is gone. I pray for peace for everyone touched with cancer and for us survivors. Please call me anytime. You have my #. I am so sorry that I had called you that day. I did not know.

Barb

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