I always enjoyed seeing and being a part of Mr. McIntyre's care at Emory. The words in his tribute say it all. He will be greatly missed by all of us.
Celia Lett, NP
Connie, I have spent part of my afternoon looking more intently at this site, enjoying the pictures and reading more of the entries.
Mac and Bob were really good MCL buddies and brought strength to each other to fight the disease. They each had a great sense of humor along with a reality of what they were fighting.
As I watched the pictures several times,my thoughts were more in tune to specific memories of their past conversations, laughter, and sharing of information about Mantle Cell.
Bob's presence brought me joy as I listened to them.
I know Mac would be thrilled to know that we were able to connect. I have some things I would love to send to you that helped me along my journey. You can use my email address to contact me when you are able and when you have more time. I know you have much to do while at this same time you need rest after being the caregiver. Bob has been on my mind for the past 7 years/with a deep hope that his MUD transplant did bring a cure.
Connie, We are very sorry for the loss of Bob and extend our sincere sympathies to you & your families. We were out of town all last week and just learned of Bob's death. We will always remember his continuous optimism, his smile and the passion he had for his trains. You and Bob are a true inspiration to everyone. Fondly, Barb & Kevin Mahaney
Connie, you are in our thoughts and prayers. May you find some comfort in knowing how much your friends truly care and that we are praying for you.
We were so sad to hear that Bob had passed. We are honored that we got to share just a short time with him here and look forward to seeing him again with that perfect heavenly body! The service was a sweet and beautiful testament of a life well lived with you by his side! Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family at this time of loss.