My husband died 5 months ago. We were married for 28 wonderful years.
He died from kidney failure. He had been battling Hep C for 18 months
went negative and then 2 days before Christmas we were told he had
liver cancer. He had over 50 tumors in his liver.
My husband fought from Dec 23, 2008 until Sept 13, 2010.
He did the clinical drug trial treatments called chemoembolization
and completed 11 chemoemolizations.
He got varices and had acites.
My husband fought with all his might and always had a smile on his face
until the last 2 days of his life.
My husband was an angel that walk among us.
I held him in my arms until he took his last breath
and the Lord took him home.
My husband never wanted to be treated as if he was sick.
He worked his job only being out for treatments until the last 2 weeks of
He always had a smile for everyone he meet.
I put on his headstone, "Courage of an army with a smile that inspired all."
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