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August 19, 2007

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Tim

She was an amazing woman and will be greatly missed. :(

Erik

You and your Mother are in my prayers. Seriously.
I'd also like to say, as much as baseball is irrelevant right now... even though I'm a Yankee fan, I'm glad your Mother got to see your Sox win it all as well. The passion you and your fam have for that team, and the fact she got to see how happy you all were.. I am sure brought her joy.

SoxyLady

Oh Derek, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. She sounded like an amazing woman. Please know you and your family will continue to be in my thoughts.

Doug

Derek: I'm sorry to hear about your mom, you and your family are in my prayers.

Jen

Derek - I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. I only heard stories from Dan, but what I heard made me believe that she was one wonderful woman. May the memory of her life stay with you always.

Jen (O.)

Marci

I'm deeply sorry for your loss.

Jess

Only on the baseball field are we rivals. Once we step out of the stadium and take off our jerseys, we end facing the same inconsistencies of life.
Truly sorry for your loss. From what I've read here on the blog, she was truly a great woman.
-thoughts and prayers from a Yankee fan.

garrett

You and your family remain in my thoughts and prayers. In times like these family means everything, and you truly have one of the greatest families I have known. I am happy that you will forever hold a piece of your mom in your memories both on and off the field.

Andy

Man, I am so sorry.
I lost my mom to cancer in 1978 right before my 15th birthday. I know there is nothing like it. She's going to be with you as your angel forever. You'll feel her presence in everything you do. Take care man,
Andy

Derek Hixon

Can't thank all of you enougf for your comments and kind words, it's truly helped a lot and I greatly appreciate it.

Sean a.k.a Shizz

Prayers and condolences, Derek. I am sure she'll be watching the Sox with the best view during their playoff run this year.

ThEnEiLsHoW

Stay strong brother! i have been through similar circumstances so i know what you are feeling.Think of the good times,she seemed like a wonderful lady and i wish you and your family the best at this time.From a Sox supporter in Edmonton Canada

Derek Hixon

Thanks so very much again Sean and Neil, it means a lot.

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