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    RIP Doc

    Found out this weekend our family doctor passed away at the beginning of the month. At 87 he was still working 5 days a week, had finished for the day and gone home. He passed on the same day that he celebrated 60 years of practicing in his Tonganoxie office, which he opened in 1955. He was one of the kindest and smartest men I've ever known, and obviously had a grasp on what he loved in life.

    http://obituaries.ljworld.com/obitua...?pid=175218970
    Darren

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    A full life live well sounds like. May he rest in peace and his survivors find comfort.
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    Sorry to hear that, Darren. I don't think they make 'em like that anymore and when someone like that passes, it's a loss to us all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol Reed View Post
    A full life live well sounds like. May he rest in peace and his survivors find comfort.
    Seconded. Leave it to Carol to have just the right thing to say.
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