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Surg Tech's - In Memory of Mom- SurgicalTechSuccess
February 01, 2007

This is the most difficult newsletter I have ever sent you.

As many of you know, I tend to keep a bit of a personal connection with you, my newsletter subscribers.

You have been very loyal and I have shared many intimate details of my professional surgical career as well as many personal life experiences.

I haven't written to you lately due the time I took out of my professional and personal life to attend to my mom who, as many of you know, has been battling with cirrhosis of the liver which she was mysteriously strickened with over 5 years ago.

Well, after many years of fighting this disease, my mom past away this week on January 30th at the very young age of 66 years old.

She was not only my mother, but my best friend.

Mom was my biggest supporter and often shared the pride she felt for me among people who crossed her path.

Her love, beautiful smile, and kind & giving nature will be missed in more ways than words could ever explain!

I have found peace knowing that she is in a better place with God and I know heaven will be a bit brighter as Jesus welcomes her into his Kingdom.

As I'm sure you can understand this is a very difficult time in my life.

I would like to ask for your understanding and patience if you have contacted me or my customer service dept with questions or comments.

Once things settle down a bit, I will give you my full attention as I've always done in the past.

Thank you for allowing me to come into your life to share this very intimate part of my life.

We are having a funeral service on Friday. Here are the service details:

Friday - 2-2-07

Boynton Memorial Chapel

800 West Boynton Beach Blvd.

Boynton Beach, Florida 33426


Frances A. Prince 9-20-1940 ~ 1-30-2007

0930 - Family Viewing

10am - 12noon - Viewing

12 noon Pastor Scott Baugh service

12:30 (approx) depart for burial service


Your friend

- Robert

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