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July 28, 2016

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This Guest Book will remain online until 1/21/2017 courtesy of Sister - Oma Jean Stevenson.
January 16, 2016
It's me again, thinking of you. You had another birthday on the fourteenth and I missed getting to call you. There is so much we could talk about. Love you. Sister
September 21, 2015
Oma Jean,

I just ran across this today and I felt a great loss. I worked for your brother for many years and he called me often to check on me and the family. He called after I lost my in-laws and my Dad. So sorry for your loss, please extend this to the other family members as well. I worked for him from 1975 to 1982. I said a prayer today for you.
November 29, 2014
I was a classmate of Dr. Matthew's son, Allan, at Rice University, and I always thought Allan was so lucky to have such a cool dad. I remember how much he seemed to genuinely enjoy entertaining us college kids, either in his home or out at that local beer garden whose name I have long forgotten. I was a thousand miles from home and had no money while at Rice, and when he discovered my wisdom teeth were impacted, he extracted them free of charge. He spread the procedure over two visits, so I would be able to chew on one side of my mouth while the other side healed. Since it was pro bono, he easily could have justified doing the whole job all at once, but he treated me with the compassion and respect he would extend to his best clients, and that generosity left an indelible impression on me. To this day, whenever I hear any mention of oral surgery, I am immediately taken back 30 years to that image of Dr. Matthews with his knee in my chest and prying those molars out of my head. Thanks for your kindness, Dr. Matthews. May you rest in peace.
July 16, 2014
Just thinking of you!
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