Elder Care Tips and Monthly News

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8/21/05 8:06 pm

Hi All, With a sad heart, I have to tell you that Aunt Jay passed away this afternoon about 4:30 Houston time. She was not in pain and went peacefully. We really feel that we did the right thing by moving her to TX. Her condition was deteriating in FL and we knew she would get good care and attention in TX. Looks like we should have taken her there sooner - for she was very fragile and the infection got the best of her. (My computer is stilldriving me crazy, so forgive the way my spacing and paragraphing is. )

We are plannning a small sevice in Houston on Saturday. Mary and Anna will talk to the funeral home tomorrow. Anna said that Daddy took the news really hard. She is staying there overnight in case he needs her. They said Mom looked very sad. It is hard to know what she thinks.We are asking that if you have any memorable stories that you would like to share about Aunt Jay, to e-mail them to me. We could share them at the service.

Mary probably will not go to work this week and she does all her e-mailing at work usually. I plan to go be there on Wednesday. I made my reservations through Priceline, so I am stuck with their schedule, but at least I saved a good bit flying with such little notice, They accepted my first bid which I thought was fair, but then I was like - I should have bid lower.

Oh well. At times like this - sometimes people wonder what to do for the family. We don't need anything. If you feel that you would like to make a charitable contribution, I would suggest her church in FL. She always sent them money each month even though she was not able to attend services there anymore. That would be my only suggestion. It certainly isn't necessary, for Jay was a lady who didn't need or ask for much in her last years. She always would say she was doing OK - even when she didn't feel well at all.

She was a special lady - I used to love to go and visit her as a kid in PA and as an adult when she lived in Wisconsin and FL.She and Uncle Erv were the host and hostess with the mostest. I am happy that I was able see her as often as I did throughout my life. So, anyway pray for her soul.

Oh yeah, I guess if you didn't know Aunt Jays last name - it is Wesela. Well, thanks to all of you for your payers.

Love, Joan 

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