Honey Lake Hospice helps us in our hour of need
Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014 — My younger brother, John Theodore Williams, 62, suffered from cancer and died a couple of months ago. I’m not writing this to collect sympathy or have anyone feel sorry for me. I neither want nor need that, but thank you so much for the thought. I truly appreciate it.
On the contrary, my big upset came one afternoon the better part of a year ago when I learned despite an operation that removed a 15-pound tumor from his abdomen, the cancer had returned and his condition was terminal. Radiation and chemotherapy might give him a little more time — maybe — but in the end the disease would surely take his life.