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A Daughter’s Love, A Mother’s Last Breath … NY Times


A Daughter’s Love, A Mother’s Last Breath … NY Times

U.S.
A Daughter’s Love, a Mother’s Last Breath
By MERIBAH KNIGHT
Published: February 23, 2012
After seeing what her mother had endured in her three years in nursing homes, Ellen Goode knew more personal care would be the best option for a longer life and a more peaceful death.

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Appalling information about Missouri & Elder Abuse!


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I am appalled! Now this explains a little bit more to me why APS allowed my Dad to remain in the home of someone who was reported for neglect / exploitation / fraud etc. 4 times! My father died. I have yet to find a single person in Missouri that cares about elder abuse & guardianship / conservator abuse. Especially in Cedar County, the judges look past the obvious abuse that is taking place in order for the attorneys and public administrators to PROFIT! Something has to be done! signed, Lark E. Kirkwood

Click on this link to be directed to the article: St. Louis Beacon – Missouri official challenges federal report on elder abuse in state

Life According To Dad


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My father’s will


Executor

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12/27/11 5:20 pm CST
Joe Hock, my father’s 1st named executor of his will just called me via blocked phone number, and said, “Lark, you have caused your Dad so much grief, and so has your mother & brother.” I then said, “Joe, I’m going to hang up now.”

Wow! This man should have stepped up to be the executor. He did not.

Joe Hock, I pray for you. You have been taken by a sociopath in my opinion. I pray for you and your family.

My Dad is safe. Elder abuse continues.

Rest peacefully my loving Dad


Ronald Richard Kirkwood September 19, 1942 - June 21, 2011 I love you Dad! I know you are happy now.Your heart will forever live on through mine.

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