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January 18, 2012
Dr. Mel's story touched lives more lives than he ever knew. He was an inspiration to anyone diagnosed with cancer. His decision to get on with his life and not let his disease get in his way was brave and admirable. He left a wonderful legacy. God bless him!
The Garthwait Family
January 18, 2012
Ever since I can remember I've been watching you on tv. The best part of my mornings before school would be waking up and listening to you. You always brightened up my day. I wish I could be even 1/2 as amazing as you were. You will be missed by everyone. God Bless you and your family and friends.
January 18, 2012
I remember listening and watching you on tv. Praying for no school on snowy mornings! So very sorry, but know you are in much better place.
January 18, 2012
I knew Mel when we were dorm roommates at Penn State in our freshman years. We were probably matched as roommates, because we were both from New England and had picked meteorology as a major. Although in many ways we were opposites, we were friends and had great conversations in our tiny dorm room. We lost contact after graduating, but years later I learned from relatives in Connecticut that Mel--Dr. Mel, that is--had become an institution in the state. I have read and viewed the tributes to Dr. Mel and have to admire the strength with which he fought his disease and gave hope to other cancer victims. I extend my sincere condolences to his wife and children.
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