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From Candace, Jimbo's daughter

rose20's picture
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Joined: Jan 2011

Dad passed away last night. We are very sad, but at peace because he no longer has to suffer. He passed away peacefully at the hospice center with his family surrounding him. Thank you and everyone on the board for being so helpful and such an inspiration to him.

ham6789's picture
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Joined: Apr 2011

I just read that Jimbo my friend is gone. Please know that I will miss him very much. I only knew him for a short time but he Made a lasting mark on may heart and Soul...His friend, and co-fighter from UPMC.Ham, My prayers today will be for his wife and family

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Joined: Apr 2010

Jimbo was a wonderful example of how to live with cancer with dignity and grace. Even as he dealt with the disappointment of multiple approaches to treatment of his cancer; he continued to focus on his family and his friends. Jimbo always had something positive to say in every situation, and was one of the first to offer advice and support to new survivors as they dealt with the fear and uncertainty of cancer diagnosis and treatment.

I am glad he was surrounded by the love and support of his family during the final steps of his journey here.

We will miss you very much Jimbo.

With great sadness and deepest condolences,

Paul Adams,
McCormick, South Carolina

ritawaite13's picture
Posts: 249
Joined: Aug 2011

I just wanted you to know that I copy/pasted your kind words and sent them to Laura, Jimbo's wife. She has joined several of us from this site who've lost our husbands to EC on a private Facebook group. She was overjoyed to read your sweet and thoughtful words.
I'm so glad you're still here helping others. You are a special man, too. God Bless You!
Merry Christmas

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