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October 07, 2015

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January 06, 2015
Dear Brenda and girls - one more chance to tell you I've thought of you often this past year. Continued love and prayers for you all as you learn to live without his physical presence. Just looking at his picture on line makes me teary but also grateful. I am blessed to have known him and worked for him. Blessings to you all.
January 05, 2015
Dearest Brenda, Hope this anniversary of Geo's death finds you in good health and coping well. I know he is missed by many especially you. Prayers to you and your family.
January 04, 2015
Brenda, I received a notice that the notebook was going off line. I am sure I wrote a note in it's beginning. Dr George is not physically with us now but my memories of him are forever and still going strong. What a great man. He touched so many lives.
March 18, 2014
Dear Brenda, Joan and Gayle, He was dearly loved as you all are loved.
Thinking of you all.
Valerie Edwards-Dallas
February 24, 2014
I was so sorry to hear of Dr. George's passing. I am the niece of Anne Bass (Foster) who worked for Dr Farha. When I was 10 years old back in 1966 I severed my right arm in a glass storm door. Dr. Jim was called in that night to work on me in the ER. My parents were very concerned because he spoke very broken English and looked like he had been working in the yard that evening. We'll long story short I became the Farha Brother's little darling by being only 10 years old. Not only did they reattach my arm, ligaments and nerves but they gave me the chance of keeping my arm instead of amputating it. Both Dr.'s became very important to me during my recovery and throughout my childhood. What a great man as a doctor and a civic leader. Karen Frederick Lee
February 02, 2014
Dear Brenda and Wonderful Family,
We grew up appreciating your loving, amazing family.
Dr. George was, and still is, our forever hero.
We love you all!
The Tanal Aboussie Family
January 17, 2014
Dear Brenda and family, Please accept my heartfelt sympathy during this difficult time. There is no easy way to approach death. It's difficult, confusing and painful. Be gentle with yourselves. It takes time.... God Bless you. Michael Bayouth
January 14, 2014
Brenda and Family, I can't help but continually think about Dr. George since I learned of his transition. He was so influential early in my career. I had the pleasure of working for the Wichita Surgical Group for 6 years before moving on to Kansas City. He and Dr. Jim were the ultimate examples of employers who not only took great care with all their patients but with their employees as well. I have never worked for anyone since that could measure up to WSG.
I owe so much to him for establishing outstanding work ethics and being a kind individual. His spirit will always be with us. Our prayers are with you and your family.
January 14, 2014
My sincere sympathies to the Farha family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
January 14, 2014
Dearest Brenda and girls - I went to bed last night with tears in my eyes and a heavy heart, having just learned of Dr. George's transition to heaven. There really are no adequate words, just feeble attempts to express our gratitude and sorrow and hope and prayers for those he left behind. I worked for him for 14 years as his receptionist and adored him. I was so proud to be a part of his group. Doctors, as you know, can have difficult personalities or split personalities. But not him - always a gentleman who never forgot where he came from and who valued his employees and helpers, whether at the hospital or the office. It was always great to get him and Dr. Jim to tell us stories. I loved our annual Christmas parties at Wichita Surgical Group and learned to love Lebanese food. He always gave us tickets to the annual fund raiser at the church and who can forget the 2 pounds of baklava at Christmas! When I first moved to Chicago 20 years ago, Christmas did not feel like Christmas until I went out and bought baklava. I was so happy to come back and celebrate his retirement and loved being able to meet him in Chicago when he was here for a surgical conference. I felt like I'd had an audience with king! And how wonderful that your were able to celebrate 53 years of marriage - what an awesome accomplishment! My prayers are with you as you learn to live without his daily presence. Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Others leave footprints in our hearts and we are never the same. All my love and prayers - wish I could give you all a hug.
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