RIP Mr and Mrs Flutie

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TommyBahama
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RIP Mr and Mrs Flutie

Post by TommyBahama »

Posted by Doug Flutie on Facebook.........RIP Dick and Joan.....very sad , but a loving end.

It is with a heavy heart that I am making this statement. This morning my family experienced the tragic loss of my father, Dick and mother, Joan. My Dad had been ill and died of a heart attack in the hospital and my Mom, less than an hour later had a sudden heart attack and passed away. They say you can die of a broken heart and I believe it. I would like to honor my parents for all that they did throughout my and my brothers’ and sister’s lives. My parents were always there for their children, from the days my Dad coached us as kids and my Mom would work the concession stands, through to this morning. The most important part of their 56 years of marriage was providing opportunities to their children. They were incredible parents and Grandparents and my family and I will miss them both. On behalf of me and the entire Flutie family, I would like to thank you all for your well wishes and prayers during this difficult time.

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Sail on, Joan and Dick.
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Post by Tiki Bar »

Sail on, Dick and Joan. I had heard this story on the radio the other day, but didn't hear the who. Tragic yet heartwarming that they passed so closely together. Happily ever after in the afterlife.

Flutie was a cutie, but a very genuine good guy from what I knew of him.
You’re still grinning, we’re still winning, nothing left to say
I’m still gliding as I go flying down this endless wave

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