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Re: Fwd: Bad News
  • Subject: Re: Fwd: Bad News
  • From: Cornergar@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2010 17:22:15 EDT

Hard to believe and harder to accept. We will miss her. Kathy
In a message dated 6/15/2010 3:06:18 P.M. Central Standard Time,  
gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:

my dear  friends, I am utterly bereft & profoundly sorry to have to bring
this  news to you.  I can't believe our darling pal Bonnie is gone.  I  got
this email from her hubby Bill today.  I know that most of you  know what a
charming, giving, exceptionally kind and loving woman she  was.  God rest 
most gracious soul.  She is so  missed.....

R.I.P. Bonnie Morgan.

---------- Forwarded  message ----------
From: Bonnie & Bill Morgan  <wmorgan972@ameritech.net>
Date: Jun 15, 2010 6:00 AM
Subject: Bad  News
To: gardenqueen@gmail.com

Hi Pam,

Bonnie  passed away sometime between Midnight and 1 am on Sunday, June 13th.
She  had come home early on Friday with what appeared to be flu like 
of  102.5 temp.  I took her to the doctor on Saturday morning early and  by
that time she had a low grade temp and sharp pain in her left ear.   The
doctor said she had a bacterial infection in the sinuses,  prescribed
antibiotic, pain pills and ear drops for pain.  He also  gave her a shot for
pain.  I brought her home and by that time she was  drowsy from the shot and
she when to bed.

I went out and  filled her prescriptions.  When I returned I woke her and
gave her the  antibiotic.  She slept the remainder of the morning and  
lunch.  At dinner time she was still sleeping and I didnt  disturb her.  
woke up around 8:30 and I gave her two of the pain  pills.  A little later I
put the drops in her ear and we went to  bed.  That is the last I spoke to

She was the love  of my life for more than 40 years and I still have not 
to terms not  having her near.  Bonnie considered you to be a very dear
friend you  brightened her life and I am grateful to you for your  



Pam  Evans
Kemp TX
zone  8A

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