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Lisa Collins, 39, passed away in October 2009 from Mucoid Carcinoma, a rare mucous protein cancer that originated in her breast/lung area and quickly spread throughout her body. She was a mother, daughter, sister, and friend. Survived by 8-year-old quads, Danielle (Dani), Diego, Joshua & Issac (children), Marilyn (mother), Eddie (brother) and countless other friends whose lives she touched in her short time here on earth. Met in heaven by her father, James.
Sacramento County Sheriff’s Sgt. Kelley Lynne Allen Lara, 43, died Thursday after authorities say an erratic driver caused her to swerve, lose control of her car and crash into a big rig on Interstate 80 as she headed to her shift at Scaramento Interntional Airport.
Joshua F. Kuhl, 33, a volunteer firefighter and father of 14 month triplets died on July 28 after he was thrown from his motorcycle near Schaumburg, IL He was wearing a helmet but had serious head injuries after the accident. He is survived by his wife, Kalie Kuhl of Machesney Park; his triplet sons, Trevin, Gavin and Brodin; and his mother, Linda Kuhl-Vogle
Mary Jacobus, who was president and chief operating officer of the Regional Media Group of The New York Times Co., which owns the Globe, was hospitalized after taking ill at work on Feb. 2, she suffered a sudden cerebral hemorrhage, and died February 20th in Tampa.
Mrs. Amidat Bello died of complications arising shortly after the delivery of Nigeria’s first set of sextuplets. Mrs. Bello had a singleton in 2005 and had 3 girls and 3 boys with this pregnancy. Sources close to the tertiary health institution, Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching hospital, Sagamu, stated Bello “This is not cheering news. We did all we could do as a team of doctors, but regrettably, the mother of the babies died. It is painful and very unfortunate,” the source told Daily Sun.
Christi Rae Hales, 38, of Bartlesville, Oklahoma passed away on Tuesday, December 23, 2008 from complications of pneumonia. Christi was a Silver Director for Heritage Makers and was passionate about keeping memories. She loved dance, ballet, and survived three bouts of cancer since the age of 14. She had 5 children including triplets. Another mother of multiples shared this about Christi “ She eased the minds of many who had 2 older children and then triplets. She offered support to moms who Breastfed. She made time to feed a few babies along the way, even though she was juggling 2 school age kids and 3 preschoolers. She had a giving and gentle nature and was truly a friend to all she met.” Read more about Christi.
Michelle L. (Pisano) Kowalski, 52, died on Tuesday, February 3 following a courageous battle with cancer. Born in Toledo, OH, May 22, 1956, she was the daughter of Anthony and Josephine (Peraino) Pisano of Toledo. She was a communicant of St. Francis Church and a former Eucharistic minister. She was an active volunteer in her daughters’ school activities, a member of MOST for 11 years, and an local Area Coordinator volunteer with MOST just up until a few years ago.
Born at Meriter Hospital on Dec. 8, 2001, Jared — and siblings Maria, Jesus and Axel — were thought to be the first quads delivered in Madison. Their birth drew national attention within the Catholic community, and donations from across the country. At the time, their father, who worked in a corn flour mill and had recently emigrated from Mexico with their mother, had no health insurance. Jared died Saturday night, 26 days after his seventh birthday, in a traffic crash on an icy stretch of Highway 151 near Highway S. His parents and three siblings were with him in the family’s SUV when it rolled over and was hit by another vehicle. They were all taken to nearby hospitals and treated for minor injuries.
“We lost a good one here, but Heaven gained a beautiful angel.” Windsor Bailey’s words paint a poignant picture of his late wife, Margaret “Peggie” Bailey, who passed away Christmas Day. They were married 60 years and had five children: two daughters and three boys: the famous Wayne County triplets. Believed to be the only identical triplets born to a Wayne County family at Wayne Memorial Hospital, the boys: Richard, Wynn and Peter were born July 2, 1949.
A Georgia community is still reeling from the sudden death of Angela Lineberger, the mother of quintuplets who helped other moms of multiples and recently began writing a newspaper column about life as the mother of five boys. Lineberger, 44, died Monday at her Perry home.The sheriff’s report listed it as a natural death. Angela and Kerry, already the parents of one son, Tully, a 16-year-a high school junior, had quintuplets on March 6, 1995.
The tight-knit France family was dealt an unexpected blow last week. Gerald L. France, 57, died Thursday at his home just after making a business-related phone call. France was a triplet and had younger twin sisters, all of whom were involved at some time in their father’s plumbing business, France Sales & Service in Schofield.
Helena Kemp passed away suddenly the morning of 2/21/08 from a aneurysm. Helena was a recent widow, MOST member, and dedicated MOST volunteer: the Moderator of the MOST Family Single Parent Forum and a member of our Special Family and School age forums.
Zoe Sorrells, triplet sister to Avery and Lily died from complications of pneumonia. Keira and Richard Sorrells are parents of the former 25 weekers who turned 1 in December. Here is a description of Zoe from her mother’s blog:
Keith Ryan father of 8 year old triplets, apparently took his life according to the US State Department, and was found yesterday in his Islamabad residence. Mr. Ryan was an attaché for the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, based in Islamabad. His political convictions brought Mr. Ryan into a career of federal service.