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    #91
    I am so sad. Exchanged many PMs with her over the years, and always got a lot out of her posts. Will miss her terribly.

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      #92
      Originally posted by stephen212 View Post
      As much as anyone, Jenn was the heart and soul of CareCure.
      Absolutely.

      Originally posted by Smashms View Post
      RIP Jenn at least she is pain free now. so sad she waited too long to get the medical care she desperately needed. we all tend to do just what she did, let this be an eye opener to all of us.
      I remember from several threads that it was very hard for her to make arrangements for medical care, and her chair gave her constant mobility problems. I think she got used to fending for herself out of self defense, as so many of us do. My worst problems have been caused by the medical profession, so I get why she waited to seek help. But you're right, Smashms, this awful event (from our perspective) can serve as a warning to those needing medical assistance.
      MS with cervical and thoracic cord lesions

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        #93
        Originally posted by Patrick Madsen View Post
        I'm glad you're here Todd. If we lose Jennifer, it's gonna be a tough one for me. We've lost too many. I think it was Betheny who used to sat Fuck, fuck, fukity fuck for times like this.
        Thank you. I?ve just been told the terrible news.

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          #94
          Jennifer, it was a pleasure to have known you, even from afar. We made great use of this site and had lots of fun. I’m so glad you’re no longer in pain. With all my love, Todd

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            #95
            She was able to spend time with a few friends while in the hospital. She even had a special visit from her beloved dog Emma. Please know she was not alone, her sister was by her side through the end.

            Jennifer, you will be missed.
            Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn't be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn't know that, so it goes on flying anyways--Mary Kay Ash

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              #96
              Originally posted by november View Post
              She was able to spend time with a few friends while in the hospital. She even had a special visit from her beloved dog Emma. Please know she was not alone, her sister was by her side through the end.

              Jennifer, you will be missed.
              I'm so glad to know this. Thank you.
              MS with cervical and thoracic cord lesions

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                #97
                Thank you November, for the post. I'm glad see was able to see Emma one more time. She was pretty distraught when she had to give her up. I feel that was the turning point to her giving in. God I'm going to miss her. Sitting here holding your hand Todd as I know you and Jen were very close.

                She was a tough cookie for sure. I can't imagine being compromised at such a young age. Especially back in those days. Things were so different back in the day than they are now. Medical was better inCanada then, that's for sure. Dang she must have suffered the last few weeks while there.

                I think it was Obilene Bonnette. I use that phrase a lot myself now lol. I'm blown away that she's gone.

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                  #98
                  Originally posted by Patrick Madsen View Post
                  I think it was Obilene Bonnette. I use that phrase a lot myself now lol. I'm blown away that she's gone.
                  I know Patrick, such great losses in this community...
                  MS with cervical and thoracic cord lesions

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                    #99
                    Originally posted by Patrick Madsen View Post
                    I'm glad see was able to see Emma one more time. She was pretty distraught when she had to give her up. I feel that was the turning point to her giving in.
                    I think so, too. The last straw.
                    MS with cervical and thoracic cord lesions

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                      Oh wow, I did not expect that at all. I always had much respect for her, one of the coolest people around here, this just aint right. RIP

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                        A very big loss!!!!!

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                          RIP Jenn, you mattered more than you will ever know! You will be missed by many. Free from pain at last, Godspeed!

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                            Tearful wake up this morning. My husband and I hoped for her recovery. Our sympathy to her family; a major loss to her CC friends.

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                              WOW! That's all I can say.
                              Rollin' since '89. Complete C8

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                                Truly sad news. Rest in peace, Jenn.

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