I received word from Simone just now that our dear friend from Ohio passed away this morning, Thursday May 13. Please remember Denise, her daughter Jen and parents this week in your prayers. Please be aware that flowers will be sent from WebMd BC FTF as is our usual practice. God bless you all. J.D.
Thank you, JD, for posting this sad news. Our hearts and prayers go out to all those who loved Denise. And special thanks to Simone (justafriend) for once again handling the flowers. Simone, you're a doll and greatly appreciated. I am thinking of you, too, this morning!
Will light a candle! Sympathy and peace to all. Rachael
This is not what I wanted to see when stopping by and it is with heavy heart that I read it. My thoughts and prayers go out to Denise's family and friends. Thanks, JD, for posting this...and I hope you, my friend, are doing well.
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