Publicado: 12-07-2012 06:28 PM
Even death couldn't keep a couple of 62 years apart. An 85-year-old man died of cancer on November 29 at a nursing home in Kansas and just hours later his wife and constant companion followed him in death. Melvin Cornelson was the only man his wife Doris had ever kissed. The pair built a life together and were by each others side through thick and thin - so their family said they were not surprised that when Melvin died, his soul mate couldn't bear to live without him. 'They're together. They're happy,' their daughter, Candi Sawatzky, told KWCH-TV, about the loss of her parents - just hours apart from each other. The Cornelsons had met at a young age and they never dated anyone else. 'They always stuck up for each other. Always. She said he was the first man she ever kissed and the only one she ever kissed,' Candi told the local news station. Melvin passed away on November 29, after a battle with cancer, and Doris was right by his side to say farewell. After his death, Doris grieved the loss of her soul mate. 'She sat with us all morning and planned some things. She went to bed at noon and never got up,' her daughter said. Her daughter said she thinks that once Melvin passed on, 'it gave Doris permission to go' and the family isn't surprised because in life, the couple was inseparable. 'I have great pictures in my head of what they're doing,' she said. 'And that's why even in death, the people Melvin and Doris left behind can do nothing other than smile. They're happy. I know they are,' she said.
Publicado: 12-07-2012 06:31 PM
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rackel ha escrito:
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mi bigoton yo lo sigo...
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