Remembering when we went to Dr. Colvin's office. There were no appointments,you just sat down and waited until the people ahead of you left. Everyone would cringe when the back door opened--we knew it was an emergency, usually someone working on a barge--yes, the wait was going to be a little longer. When you were in his office, he gave you his undivided attention and was truly interested in you as a person. He truly was a wonderful diagnostician-maybe because he did take the time to listen. After my father died in1999, my mother and I ran into Bobby and Susie at Libs. He looked in my basket and saw that I had Sugar Plums. He said we were probably the only two people in the area that liked them. We always tried to send them to him after that-just to let him know we were thinking of him. He was a very special physician and person. It was truly an honor to have him be in our lives.