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Melinda's Memorial
February 20, 1973 - July 5, 2014

candleYou are missed
by Carmen
by Ann
candlelove you Melinda
by Sabina
by Ann
candlerest in peace sweet angel
by Patty
candleRIP Dear Girl!
by Valerie
candleRIP Dear Girl!
by Valerie
candleRest in peace, Melinda
by Mari
candleRest in peace
by Becky
candleYou fought the good fight. Soar like an angel
by Cherie
candleAt last, peace without pain. Bless ~
by Tyndall
candleLove to you
by Rachel
candleRest in peace gentle warrior!
by Mike
by Sara
by Sara
candleRest at last dear Melinda.
by Helen Marshall
candleRest in Peace
by Penny
candleU fought so hard rest now.
by Laurie
candleRest in Peace, Mel.
by Diane
candleFor fighting the good fight!
by Pat C
candleA brilliant strong woman; A warrior til the end.
by Jennifer
candlewarrior, heroine, sweet friend - I love you xxx
by Janet
candlelove and hugs to the family. rest in peace.
by Donna
candleI'm so sad. Peace and hugs. No more pain. xoxo
by Debbie
candlerest in peace Melinda
by Liane
candleGod bless
by J Michael
candleYou gave it your all, Mel, now RIP
by Smurf
candlePeace and love to the family.
by Ann
candleRest in peace my friend.
by Eli
candleHeaven has a new angel
by Donna
candleSo sorry, sweet girl. Rest in peace.
by Danni
candleLarry Spiegel
by Larry
candleLarry Spiegel
by Larry
candleYou taught us all, Melinda. Rest in peace.
by Andrea
candleRest in Pease
by Kevin
candleRest in Peace
by Admin

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(February 20, 1973 - July 5, 2014)

Vital Info


December 13, 2009

Fort Collins, Colorado 80525

February 20, 1973

Cancer Survivor

Cancer Info

Colon and Rectal Cancer


July 15, 2008

Stage 4

over 6.1

Grade 3


Fluorouracil (5-FU)

not being able to work

too live for each day!

Pray for continued healing of my body!

colon, pelvis, vaginal cuff, bladder

Cancer ribbons to advocate for CANCER AWARENESS

UT Cancer Institute, Germantown, TN; Texas Oncology in Tyler, TX

Remember that you do not have to suffer with the side effects. There are medications that will help and it might take a few tries to get the right combination.

You have to find a support system that is best for you! I have found that blogging on here has helped me because I am talking to people that have been there and done that! Most important is take it day by day or hour by hour when you have to and do not feel like you HAVE to do something for others, you are the one that is sick!

March 12, 2010

March 17, 2011

changes in stool, bleeding.



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