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Kurt….Knute….

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    debbieVA
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      MPIP family….

      I got a call from Kurt's wife, Pam,  this morning.   This Warrior has been through so much.  

      He has many friends here…and I just wanted you to send up a prayer for him and his loving family.  

      Debbie Stage 4 NED

      MPIP family….

      I got a call from Kurt's wife, Pam,  this morning.   This Warrior has been through so much.  

      He has many friends here…and I just wanted you to send up a prayer for him and his loving family.  

      Debbie Stage 4 NED

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        killmel
        Participant

          Thanks for posting. How is Kurt doing???Is he having any treatment?

          killmel
          Participant

            Thanks for posting. How is Kurt doing???Is he having any treatment?

            Tim–MRF
            Guest

              Debbie.  Thank you for posting this.  Kurt and Pam are great people, and their faith is very important to them.

              I, too, would love an update.

              Tim–MRF

              Tim–MRF
              Guest

                Debbie.  Thank you for posting this.  Kurt and Pam are great people, and their faith is very important to them.

                I, too, would love an update.

                Tim–MRF

                Donna
                Participant

                  Kurt's daughter posted this on Facebook today:

                  Kurt has beaten the PCP [pneumonia], but the greater battle is too much, and he's done fighting. Please pray for a peaceful ending.

                  Donna
                  Participant

                    Kurt's daughter posted this on Facebook today:

                    Kurt has beaten the PCP [pneumonia], but the greater battle is too much, and he's done fighting. Please pray for a peaceful ending.

                      ValinMtl
                      Participant

                        Thank you Donna.  This is a very sad day, I will pray for the peaceful ending as asked but at the same time I will pray for a miracle for Knute, one of our bravest.  Val

                        ValinMtl
                        Participant

                          Thank you Donna.  This is a very sad day, I will pray for the peaceful ending as asked but at the same time I will pray for a miracle for Knute, one of our bravest.  Val

                          JuleFL
                          Participant

                            Praying for peace and comfort for Knute and Pam.

                            Jule (wife of Cal)

                            JuleFL
                            Participant

                              Praying for peace and comfort for Knute and Pam.

                              Jule (wife of Cal)

                            Diana W
                            Participant

                              posted on his fb page

                              very sorry to hear this news

                              Diana W

                              Diana W
                              Participant

                                posted on his fb page

                                very sorry to hear this news

                                Diana W

                                King
                                Participant

                                  Debbie,

                                   

                                  Thanks for the reminder to keep Kurt and Pam in my prayers.  I met them in Michigan in 2005 right after I had advanced to Stage IV and Kurt was Stage III at the time, I think.  They were so kind and thoughtful.  What a battle it's been.

                                   

                                  Stay Strong
                                  Kathie

                                  King
                                  Participant

                                    Debbie,

                                     

                                    Thanks for the reminder to keep Kurt and Pam in my prayers.  I met them in Michigan in 2005 right after I had advanced to Stage IV and Kurt was Stage III at the time, I think.  They were so kind and thoughtful.  What a battle it's been.

                                     

                                    Stay Strong
                                    Kathie

                                    jag
                                    Participant

                                      Done Debbie, I often wonder about Kurt, and I am sorry to hear this news.

                                      jag
                                      Participant

                                        Done Debbie, I often wonder about Kurt, and I am sorry to hear this news.

                                        Cate
                                        Participant

                                          I'm so sorry to hear this.  Kurt (Knute) has been an inspiration to many, myself included.  I will keep him and his family in my prayers.

                                          Cate
                                          Participant

                                            I'm so sorry to hear this.  Kurt (Knute) has been an inspiration to many, myself included.  I will keep him and his family in my prayers.

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