He died of a pulmonary embolism, he was 59 and it was so sudden..I just got a call saying he had died and I was in shock I fell to the floor screaming and crying. We were close. I am not so numb anymore...it hurts to feel the pain. I wish I were still numb. He was so good about going to his dr. appointments and stayed very healthy...it was such a horrible shock. My mom has a hard time of it. I don't know what I would do if I lost my husband, she is handling this much better than I ever could.
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