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  • Amazing Grace "She certainly was an Amazing Grace" Saying Farewell to Mom! Article from Tribune Newspapers, February, 1996 On Friday, I lost my best friend, confidant and mentor. My 78-year-old mother, Grace, died after a so-called brief illness. I say so called because when we were going through it, seven days seemed like an eternity. We produced a living will at my Mother's request and provided it to the hospital, thinking, "There, it's OK. She will go with no artificial means or extreme measures or invasions of her body. She will go in peace and in dignity". However, extreme measures were taken when she had coded, and she was brought back. In…
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