I just received this letter from Bob Hatoff, he asked me to read it at the next retirees Meeting.
I loved working with you for 37 years. I loved seeing you at our monthly meetings for the last 25 years, however Parkinson’s disease has brought me to the point I can no longer come. I need help to get in and out of a car. My vision has been reduced. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve fallen and needed a patient assist from our brothers in Baltimore County. I hope from time to time I may be able to come to a meeting.
Stay together and stay strong!
PS, I fell right after we talked, come by and I’ll show you the hole in the wall.
Please send Bob a card or call let him know that are thinking about him and miss his humor. he doesn’t do email.
5202 Daybrook Circle Apt. 161
Baltimore, Maryland 21237
Bob, It is sad for me to hear that you are having such a bad time, stay tough, as tough as I know you are. I will miss all your observations at the end of the news letter, so funny, got a chuckle out of most of them. Will pray for your comfort during these tough times.