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Ted Brostrom – Living With Cancer

Our friend, Ted Brostrom, a true gentleman with the biggest heart, so full of compassion, I was extremely blessed the day he walked into my life. Not just me but everyone that met him.

I miss him more than I can explain in words. The Tuesday evenings we worked at the Crisis Center and how he always made it fun and gave me something to look forward too and then there were the evenings that he couldn’t wind down and decided he needed to feed his sweet tooth so we’d leave the center and head out for a late night dinner that always ended with ice cream or some delicious pie. He even joined us when we planned couples night out with Jessica and John, where Ted was a couple of one that kept us all laughing till we nearly cried. Couples night wouldn’t have been the same without Ted.

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