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Eulogy for Lila J. Graham

Eulogy for Lila J. Graham

September 19, 2016

by Rev. John Partridge

Just a little more than a week ago, our friend Lila was doing fine.  2,609 more words

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Mohamed Dhanani: How doctors are failing us in death | Toronto Star

Never mind assisted-dying, our health care system needs to change the way it deals with the natural end of life

I’ve spent much of my career in the health care field, but it took a very personal experience to drive home just how poorly prepared health care providers are to help us through the one certain life-experience that awaits us all: death. 327 more words

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Gagliano, Jessie B.

Jessie B. Gagliano of New Milford, CT, died Saturday September 24, 2016 at Regional Hospice in Danbury, CT, at the age of 96.
She was born February 17, 1920 in New York, NY, daughter of the late Thomas and Mary (Anastasia) DeStefano. 298 more words

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77th IEE Member to Fall in World War 1 – Second-Lieutenant T P Wilson

Second-Lieutenant Thomas Percy Wilson died 28 September 1916. His obituary was published in the IEE World War I Honour Roll and these details have been reproduced below (right click on the text image to enlarge the text). 7 more words

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76th IEE Member to Fall in World War 1 – Gunner O B Reynolds

Gunner Oswald Bertram Reynolds died 25 September 1916. His obituary was published in the IEE World War I Honour Roll and these details have been reproduced below (right click on the text image to enlarge the text).

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75th IEE Member to Fall in World War 1 – Private T F Phillips

Private Thomas Francis Phillips died 2 September 1916. His obituary was published in the IEE World War I Honour Roll and these details have been reproduced below (right click on the text image to enlarge the text).

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74th IEE Member to Fall in World War 1 – Flight Lieutenant H A Bower

Flight Lieutenant Harold Alexander Bower died 2 September 1916. His obituary was published in the IEE World War I Honour Roll and these details have been reproduced below (right click on the text image to enlarge the text).

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