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Thread: How can I get my dad transported to his home state?

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    Thank you all for the invaluable information and continuous encouragement that you provided to myself and my family. After a seven (7) month journey with quadriplegia, Daddy left this world to be with Our Lord. I am so much stronger and wiser because of this journey. My dad left so many wonderful memories with all who knew him. His life, especially the last 7 months, was not in vain. God bless and keep you all safe in His arms.

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    So sorry for your loss Elegrier

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    Very sorry for your loss.
    Condolences to you and your family.

  4. #44
    Very sorry for your loss.
    You were his advocate and protector.

  5. #45
    I am so sorry to hear about your great loss.

    Thank you for everything you and your family did for your father.

    Sending you strength, and wishing peace for your family.

  6. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by Elegrier View Post
    Thank you all for the invaluable information and continuous encouragement that you provided to myself and my family. After a seven (7) month journey with quadriplegia, Daddy left this world to be with Our Lord. I am so much stronger and wiser because of this journey. My dad left so many wonderful memories with all who knew him. His life, especially the last 7 months, was not in vain. God bless and keep you all safe in His arms.
    We are sorry to hear about your father.

    GJ & NL

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    So sorry. Have some peace in knowing that you worked hard to get him the best possible care, and back to his home state per his wishes.

    (KLD)

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    So sorry for your loss.
    T6 incomplete from MS and an aortic aneurysm surgery that went bad.

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