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October 13, 2008

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Psych Doc

George, thank you for sharing this today. When we lose family, it is so hard no matter what our age or what the state of our relationship. May God hold you in the palm of His hand on this anniversary of your sister's death and give you the peace that "surpasses all understanding."

Jorgen

George,

This is a deeply personal and human telling of an incident that shaped the Dienharts forever.
I am proud of you for having the strength and courage to relive the pain - as someone who has lost a loved in a traffic accident, I know how wrenching this must be.
Know that the memory of Debbie will remain strong through your account and that the best of her will continue through your own beautiful children.

Jorgen

George,

This is a deeply personal and human telling of an incident that shaped the Dienharts forever.
I am proud of you for having the strength and courage to relive the pain - as someone who has lost a loved one in a traffic accident, I know how wrenching this must be.
Know that the memory of Debbie will remain strong through your account and that the best of her will continue through your own beautiful children.

George Dienhart

Thanks to both of you for the kind words...

frasypoo

Thankyou for sharing.Its hard to go back and delve into this but she will remain in your mind as your wonderful sister.

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