I am sorry. You died last night.
Pamela Day

I don’t know you, but I knew Kate a little and I want to thank you. Thank you for being a loving presence in her last minutes. Thank you for being a beacon of compassion and love in a world of hurt and fast cars and too much rushing. Kate was an engineer, a caring person, a mentor, a friend… and she got something we should all get — from you — caring presence in her last minutes on this earth.

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