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2004.11.30

A birthday thought from Jack Gell's sister

From an email I received from Jack Gell's sister yesterday:

Dear Bill,

[...]

My sister had a dream about Jack last night and he looked great and told her all was well with him. She said the funny thing was he looked so young and we were so old looking. I had to laugh because we are old looking, and he will never be old looking in our eyes. Just like him to pop into our dreams and let us know all is well in the Kingdom of Heaven.

Now to wish our brother a Happy Birthday!!!! And tell him thanks for his prayers and visit, We Love you very much We miss you, but since you are so alive in our hearts It's like you never left us. Happy Birthday Jackie Love you always

Frankie and Buttsie

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