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January 10, 2005
One can never know what another one feels at the moment one's deep love and concern begin to hurt so badly that even the sun feels cold. I remember the words of Kalil Gibran in the last chapter of The Prophet when he leaves his home of Orphalese and says to the people, "A little while, a moment of rest upon the wind, and another woman shall bear me."
Dr. Drummond-Webb is only taking a rest, a time to think, a time to come up with more miracles. We will await his return. I wish for all of those who loved him, especially, his family, comfort, hope and fond memories. Much love.
January 10, 2005
Dear Mrs. Webb,
I just wanted to express my sincere condolances on the death of Dr. Webb. I know there are no words that can erase the pain that you are experiencing now. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, David and Lauren Bunker
January 10, 2005
a tiny child looking up into the night sky spies a brilliant new star.
placing his hand on his heart
he smiling exclaims- oh, there he is!

We will wrap ourselves in the memory of an incredible and always sincere smile. the smile that kept me sane as my son, John, waited on ECMO for a new heart. the smile that greeted me after surgery, lifting my heart for I knew then that all was well. the smile that was warm on our backs as we left the hospital with our son.
He will be missed, but his light and spirit will live on in each child he saved, each life he touched, each time his story is told.
With deepest sympathy,
Randie Marthey
mother of John Preston Marthey
January 9, 2005
To family, friends, co-workers, and loved ones. I am deeply saddened by the news of the death of Dr. Drummond-Webb. I like others had watched Discovery Health Network and observed the brilliant doctor perform many miracles. I recall a little boy in the series (who though I can't remember his name) he had a face of a cherub. He celebrated his third birthday in the hospital while waiting for a transplant. Though his little body gave out before a heart became available, his memory and the relationship he had with the doctor will always be etched in my mind. At the end of the weekly episode, the surgical nurse said that the little boy was probably sitting on a pink cloud smiling, now he has his friend (the great doctor) with him. The children have an angel named Jonathan watching over them. Bless those hurting from the loss of Dr. Drummond-Webb.
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