In memory
posted by garypeter
02 February 2012

Death of my husband Sean

Last reply: 5 years ago

My husband Sean, passed away yesterday, 1st. February. I want to thank most sincerely the Wexford Hospice Homecare team, they were absolutely wonderful, Janet, Niamh & Orlagh. Sean loved Janet, she told him she would always be honest with him & she kept that promise while also taking into account what the family told her. These ladies are true angels & are most deserving of all our support. Who knows when we might need them? We must continue to support this terrific service.
The family want to thank the wonderful Oncology team at Wexford Hospital,they were so good & caring, thanks Mary, Jenny, Sasha & Margaret. Thanks to Dr, Calvert, Sean's Oncologist & to Dr. Caroline Hogan who was an absolutely wonderful support as well as a great & caring physician. Many, many thanks to Paddy & all the staff in Farrell's Pharmacy, Templeshannon, Enniscorthy. They really went out of their way to help me in every way they could & I appreciate it most sincerely.
I will miss the love of my life forever but he is now with our Son Gary & I know I will meet up with again some day.
Rest in peace my darling. XXXXXXXXXX

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commented by maninblack
05 February 2012

5 years ago

hi there i'm sorry to hear about your husband, i know what you mean about the cancer care nurses they are angles. we had the bad luck of both parents dying from the dreaded disease CANCER. i have a tumor in my lung myself and doc's are carefully watching it at the moment i just hope it disappears. cancer has hit every house in the contry. as the older people said your health is your wealth, they were right. i will light a candle for you.

chat u later
maninblack

commented by garypeter
06 February 2012

5 years ago

Maninblack,
thank you so much for your sentiments. Awful about your own parents & I hope you recover well from your own cancer.
Lighting candles is what I do a lot of so it's lovely to know others light them too for their loved ones. I will light one for you.
Best of luck.
Garypeter.

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