I lost my dear wife Judith Wolfe on January 16, 2013, after a nearly ten-year war with cancer.
She won most of the battles, and lived fully and gracefully through it.
But ultimately, as expected, the cancer prevailed.
She died peacefully from the effects of a perforated intestine that was brought about because the cancer drugs that helped her for so long weakened her intestinal tissues. It's a tradeoff I'd make again.
Celebrations of Judith's Life
Instead of a traditional funeral, we had a celebration of her life at the Silver Grille in the Higbee Building in Tower City in downtown Cleveland on January 22, 2013, and another at the Meadows Art Museum on the Southern Methodist University campus in Dallas, on March 16, 2013.
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