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Cliff Jones
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Join date : 2010-11-22

PostSubject: On the Road to Recovery   May 13th 2015, 8:25 pm

Since My Dad Passed away in September, and taking care of His affairs. Then My wife passing away this January, I've really been going through a lot emotionally, physically, and of course again the nightmare of Her affairs,  Getting rid of Her Clothes, Sewing stuff, books, doing funeral arrangement's.

 I had to get an attorney (Cost Me over $1400 to get a $1000 insurance claim) in order to Get the life insurance company to quit dragging their feet on settlement, paperwork with Health Insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, getting New siding for the Home, including new doors, and windows.

Also I paid for my Funeral, Made a New will and set up a trust.

I'm starting to see some light at the end of the tunnel. I will start to Work in my Radio Room, Organizing things, reading repair books,  and start more visits here too. Please all who read this please make more posts, so others will visit and contribute.

I'm a Science Thinker, Radio Tinkerer, and all around good guy. Just ask Me!
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PostSubject: Re: On the Road to Recovery   June 9th 2015, 10:38 pm

I am still dealing with Jillian's death a year ago here too.
 Mostly her "son" has moved and no contact info available.
 Got an attorney, and he was a great help.
 It tears me up still to go thru her stuff to dispose of it.
 I can only do so much then have to walk away from it for a while.

Emotionally, a counciller is a great idea. Helps to put stuff in perspective. Takes time for the loss of a loved one to start to heal.  Support groups can help also.
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