To the editor:
A father is a strange thing,
he will leap,
Across a generation and will peek,
out of a grandsons’ eyes, when unexpected.
With all the secrets of him resurrected.
When I saw your picture and article of Gabriel, I was struck by how much his eyes reminded me of his grandfather Victor (Bud) Landriault.
Bud was one of the best managers I ever worked for. The tougher things got, the more calm he became and he made everyone know that, together we would get the job done.
So, Gabriel, I know that you will come through the operation just fine because you have two angels looking after you, your grandfather and your donor angel. God bless you both!
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