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February 20, 2017

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December 7, 2012
Dear Relin Family,
I am so deeply sorry for your loss. My memories from our high school days always include an adorable smile, a bright and creative mind, floppy black hair, lots of laughing at our house in Pittsford and a warm friendship. Thinking of you at this difficult time.

Peggy Rubens-Duhl
Nw Haven, CT
December 7, 2012
In the path of righteousness there is life,and the journey in it's pathway means no death.(Proverbs12:28)
December 7, 2012
Our sincere condolences go out to you Dawn, and to David's family. Our thoughts are with you all.
December 7, 2012
On Saturday, Dec 1 2013, Buddhist teacher, Lama Karma Namgyel of Bhutan, completed his 58th Riwo Sangchö Fire Ceremony at our home in Oregon.

We honored the passing the death of our friend and great supporter, David Oliver Relin, author of Three Cups of Tea, and of his new book on two doctors' affordable cure for cataract blindness which Random House will publish in June.

The smoke from the fire and incense burned during this ceremony was transformed into vast offerings blessed through the power of meditation, and offered to enlightened beings as signs of refuge and to all sentient beings as an act of compassion
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