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December 14, 2018

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March 25, 2018
Tim, thinking of you and your family.
March 14, 2018
I had the privilege of meeting this spunky young lady as working together as nurses back in the day in the "old building" @ Medical Center, now known as SNGH. This was about the same time that I met Tim in the Respiratory department. Judy was the kind of person who could be comfortable with anyone & make friends. Even though we went different paths @ the hospital, we still would run into each other & play catch up. As she began to go through her trials, when I would see Tim in the halls, he would let me know when she was admitted. I would drop by & see her & we could talk again like no time had passed as she would inquire about other co-workers' whereabouts & how were we doing. Just a few months ago in the later part of 2017, as fate would have it, I was visiting a family member in Harbors' Edge when I saw Tim & he told me she was just a few doors down from my family member. I would stopped by several times until my family member was discharged. Judy & I would watch the TV (when no one was in the room) & although she couldn't converse with me like we used to, I know she knew who I was & gave me that smile. I know from experience that she was a loving person and will always be in my heart. My prayers & thoughts are with Tim & the family. God bless!