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Kindly Pray for my father

Kindly Pray for my father, as he expired due to Acute cardiac arrest.? He was brought to me in ICU, while I was on duty on 25 th Jan 2008. I was unable to revive him. Kindly pray that his soul rests in eternal peace. Thank you all in advance, his name is Riaz Uddin. Thank you all, for condolences, and prayers. God Bless you all. Thanks Aghatha, Laurence... How are your kids coming along?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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My thoughts & prayers have been with you & yours since we first met & you had just had the funeral. You, who are facing this void in your life without your Father, I suffer with you as I have been in your shoes. May "Riaz Uddin" rest in peace and his soul dwell in the house of the Lord forever. Amen ~~ Please be at peace yourself. Although not a Dr., I also wanted to save my Mother. There is a time to be born & a time to die. ~~~Jill
Answered: Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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