My wife, Carolyn

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My wife, Carolyn

Postby Germ » Jun 27th, '17, 16:35

After a long battle with liver disease, Carolyn passed away on June 15.

Just wanted to let you know. Thoughts and prayers are appreciated.

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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby saptech » Jun 27th, '17, 18:06

Sorry to hear it. You have my sympathy and prayers. I lost a brother earlier this year.
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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby isadora » Jun 27th, '17, 18:17

Don't know what to say.......................
A terrible loss.

Lots of strength Stephen.
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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby xboxboy » Jun 28th, '17, 01:29

Sorry to hear that. Really feeling for you.
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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby doktor5000 » Jun 28th, '17, 19:32

Same as isadora, don't really know what to say ...
It's always hard to lose a loved one, lost my grandmother last year.

I also wish you lots of strength Stephen.
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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby Plisgyn » Jun 28th, '17, 20:34

I have every Sympathy with you as I lost my wife Mary Nine years ago on out 40th Wedding Anniversary. Luckily I had good friends and with their help I coped and I have many good memory's of the the years together and many photo's https://philip-h-jones.co.uk/Photo-Gallery/Family/Mary/index.html of her. I hope you are lucky enough to have good friends like I did.
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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby Germ » Jun 28th, '17, 21:00

Friends and Family are helping me cope. I would really be lost without them.

Thanks everyone.


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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby ozky » Jun 29th, '17, 19:38

I don't really know what to say it bring me back to year 2002 when i lost my own mother i was just 17 that point.
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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby Weatherlawyer » Sep 20th, '17, 21:42

It is a pisser but speaking as someone who has 20% kidney function it is easier to lose your life than to lose a lover, she knew that -if that is any consolation. The fact that you would give your life for your wife or child only makes the pain last longer. Give it two years and if it still hurts then, get help.
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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby viking60 » Nov 24th, '17, 23:01

It is somewhat late (I am not visiting much these days).
I can only begin to imagine the disaster since i still am married after 30 years and would not know how to cope with anything like this..at all.

Thoughts and prayers are sent.
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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby caffilhobr » Nov 27th, '17, 02:53

My feelings
God comfort your heart and other family members.
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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby Germ » Nov 27th, '17, 13:40

Thank you, everyone
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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby zxr250cc » Mar 4th, '18, 22:49

I can feel your pain and understand the loss as I lost my Mom in October to complications from lung cancer and the treatments.

I am late to this topic as I have not been on line in a while. I will say a belated prayer for you from Owasso.

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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby Germ » Mar 5th, '18, 17:32

Thank you.
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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby dubigrasu » Jul 17th, '18, 14:54

Hei Germ, so sorry to hear that, so sorry.
Yes I know, is terribly late, apologies.
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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby Germ » Jul 18th, '18, 16:30

Thank you, it's appreciated.
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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby marast78 » Oct 30th, '18, 12:52

As dubi, I'm too late, I'm sorry.

I wish you all the best Germ and I hope it's all better now!
Few weeks later after your loss, my father passed away. Return of the cancer he had cured before. The whole year was miserable for me, but it's getting better.

Anyway, life has to go on. Again, all the best Germ and I'm glad to see you still being part of Mageia!
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Re: My wife, Carolyn

Postby Germ » Oct 30th, '18, 16:28

Thank you
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