I'm so very sorry to hear the sad news of your wife Sharon, David.
Please accept my condolences at this difficult and painful time for you.

I know Belinda has been in touch with you re removal of your wife's
name, and hopefully that will happen quickly.
If you ever feel like rejoining the group, of course you know you will
always be very welcome here.
Meantime, bless you and your little furbabes. 
I hope the good memories of happier times eventually bring you comfort.
best, Kerry M.

[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Sharon Siders
Sent: Wednesday, June 18, 2008 1:00 AM
To: felv
Subject: Taking My Deceased Wife's Name Off the Felvtal List:


Please remove my wife's name from the felvtalk e-mailing addresses.


My wife passed away about three weeks ago.  She really appreciated being
on your e-mail list, but to be quite honest with you I just get upset
when I receive felvtalk e-mails.  I still have my two little furry
feline buddies that are experiencing with me the process of "grieving."
I need to spend time with them and they need to spend time with me.  I
hope you understand and sometime in the future I might rejoin the group.


Thanks in Advance,


David L. Siders

Husband of the late Sharon Siders


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