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  • Any word on Burton?

    Does anyone know how Burton is doing?
    The last information was back in April.

    Lets send him our best.

    Cleveland Myectomy Club
    August 31, 2004

  • #2
    I spoke with Burton on the phone about a week ago. He seemed to still be having trouble with his arthritis pain and things like that.

    I wish I had more to say but he didn't seem to be really in the mood for talking that day soo.

    But, I miss having my adopted grandpa around. He always had great advice no matter what the subject.

    So, maybe if he reads this he will come back and talk to us again!

    Mary S.


    • #3
      I agree - I would love to see some posts again from Burton. That man could seriously make me laugh. He really made me feel welcome when I fist started posting here. I agree with Stuart - Burton if you are still looking at this board leave us a message!

      41 years old. Diagnosed with HOCM in Feb 2005. Myectomy at Mayo on June 8, 2005


      • #4
        Hey Burt! If you're out there-we miss you.


        • #5
          Burton we miss you!!

          I agree with everything you guys have said about him. He has sent some support on my messages when I haven't been feeling well or had concerns and has a great sense of humor. Hope he's well send us a holler when you can and take care. All our best to you
          Kimberly K. Plaster


          • #6
            We are missing you Burton!!

            Hello Burt:

            I agree with all that was said above - not having you here - with your sense of humour - and your sound advices is greatly missed! Hope that you are well and may God continue to Bless you and your family.

            \"With God all things are possible - remember He is still in the miracle business - just trust Him and keep the Faith\"


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