Hey Alastair, I got this email and a phone
call this morning. Flora Macdonald Gammon has been a friend and a
beloved part of the American Scottish Community for such a long time.
Her beautiful voice has made so many occasions perfect...her work on
behalf of us all has been amazing. She has suffered with breast cancer
for at least 20 years...and it seems she will be leaving us in just a
short time. I have permission to ask you to please put this so that if
anyone goes to my BNFT, they will see this first. There is an
opportunity to send a card if you do it now.
I will let you know when to take it down - they think it is a matter of
Flora is known by everyone and loved by all.
Our lovely friend, Flora Macdonald Gammon Dall is gravely ill.
It is with a very heavy heart that I write you to say that our friend
Flora Macdonald Gammon Dall has gone under Hospice care at home and is
not doing well. Last summer, after a horrible reaction to a change in
her chemo meds, she made the choice to stop the chemo entirely and let
nature take its course.
I got a call from Marge Warren yesterday, who said that Hospice has
taken over her care, at home thank goodness, and that the end was
If you would like to, please send her a FUNNY card to:
111 Key Circle
Waynesville, NC 28785
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