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Letter: Dr. Phil, his dad and his uncle pulled me through

Nancy Burton writes:
I would like to send my prayers for Dr. Phil also. He was my Doctor for so many years -- his Dad and Uncle pulled me through a very bad sickness several years ago and I will never forget them for that. I give my thanks to them and would like to say that I hope Dr. Phil makes a full recovery very soon.

He is one of the finest Doctors I have ever been to in my life. I will always look up to him and be grateful for all he's done for me.

Dr. Phil -- Please make a full recovery and come back to all the people in Adair County that you have helped over the years. I mean that with all of my heart.

I just want you to know that you are in my heart and my prayers and I really hope you get well and come home where you belong. I just want you to know that you are in my prayers and I think you are great.

Your Friend Always,
Nancy Burton
Comments re article 83462 Prayers for healing for Dr Phil Aaron today


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