Some of you have heard, but here it is, my wife of 16yrs lost her five year battle with cancer on Feb 9. She caught several bad breaks in chemotherapy(early onset of toxicity, ineffectiveness ect.) that allowed the chancer to rapidly spread and essentially take over her body in the last three months.
Even on her death bed she joked that she was luckiest unlucky person out there. Essentially all the, only 1% or less side effects and such, hit her through this fight. She fought bravely to the end, and never gave up.
She is obviously survived by me and our five children. Several of you have reached out as how to help. 1) Primarily- just keep doing what you do here. 2) if you really want to do something practical some friends set up a memorial fund, link below, to help with the various costs and expenses of this transition.