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post #16 of 26 (permalink) Old 04-17-2013, 09:59 AM Thread Starter
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Decided to *bump* this because sadly we were informed yesterday that the woman(my co-worker)in this thread has now passed away, and it turns out that her "surgery" that nearly got her fired was to remove a tumor from her lung. Well after that surgery she was trying to get better to come back to work but then developed blood clots, and they removed those but then another one came back this past weekend that ended her life at age 55. She had been out for almost 2 months but no one really knew the severity of it, and she will be sorely missed and was a very funny person who was well liked.

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Sorry to hear that prayers and thoughts are with you and her family.
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Yes, it's rare to find someone like your co-worker who has inspired so many people in her life. We will never understand the mysteries of life but one thing we can say is that she has lived her life to the fullest, fulfilled her mission in life and is now taking a rest in the arms of our Creator. She was taken away at a young age but let us be happy knowing that finally she is free from any health problems. Let her be your inspiration.
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Death will always be a hard pill to swallow and to fully accept, because one minute someone is standing there solid as a rock and having conversations with you and then.......*poof* they're gone like it never even happened.
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I'm really sorry to hear that

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My condolences.
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Well this morning I attended the memorial service held for my co-worker and it was very nice, and there ended up being about 15 of her co-workers there including myself who were all very fond of her.

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Decided to *bump* this because sadly we were informed yesterday that the woman(my co-worker)in this thread has now passed away, and it turns out that her "surgery" that nearly got her fired was to remove a tumor from her lung. Well after that surgery she was trying to get better to come back to work but then developed blood clots, and they removed those but then another one came back this past weekend that ended her life at age 55. She had been out for almost 2 months but no one really knew the severity of it, and she will be sorely missed and was a very funny person who was well liked.
55? God, how tragic! That hits home, she is the same age as me...

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55? God, how tragic! That hits home, she is the same age as me...
Yeah it sucks, and I lost one of my best friends to a drunk driver back when I was only 24 and he was only 25 which was waaaaay too young.
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So sorry to hear of the loss of your coworker. Prayers for her husband and family.

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So sorry to hear of the loss of your coworker. Prayers for her husband and family.
Thanks, and we all miss her witty comebacks and funny stories she used to tell all the time.
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