Re: [MOL] Laid dad to rest. [01272] Medicine On Line

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Re: [MOL] Laid dad to rest.

Dear Tami,
My thoughts and prayers are with you. It is not easy to lose a parent.

> Todd and Tami Hagerman wrote:
> Hi Molers,
>   we laid dad to rest yesterday. dad would have been overwelmed at all
> the flowers that were sent and all the people that came to express
> their sympathy. we had two poems read from mol forum that had been
> posted before. it was a beautiful service. dad would have been proud.
>    dad always used to say that things always went wrong whenever he
> tried to do something. well even in the funeral procession this seemed
> to be true. i was driving the car with my mom and sister in it behind
> the hearse, and i looked up in the rearview mirror and didn't see
> anyone else behind us. the hearse stopped and the funeral director got
> out and said in all his 40 years of doing this that he had never lost
> a funeral procession before. someone coming from the other direction
> wasn't paying attention and slammed on his brakes and broadsided my
> aunt's car that had my dad's mom in it. my aunt got hurt and my uncle
> got bruised up. who would ever have thought that this would have
> happened??? my dad was probably looking down just shaking his head and
> telling us that if we hadn't went to all this fuss over him that none
> of this would have happened. this sure shakes up a funeral. it was
> terrible that it happened but it broke things up and almost made
> things easier for me to handle. we all said that this could only
> happen to dad. in all seriousness now, it was so hard to lose dad but
> i know that he is in such a beautiful place with no more pain and
> suffering, how could i ever be so selfish to wish him back. i will
> miss him teribbly but i know he is happy and waiting for the day when
> we will see him again.
> love
> tami
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