Re: [pepysdiary-social] Keith Wright
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So so sad about this!! Keith was a wonderful guy, and I will miss trading funny links, editorial advice, shared cynicism and poetry (cynicism be damned) with him.
One more reminder what a gift life is, I suppose. Even so, I'd prefer to be reminded in other ways.
--- On Wed, 10/13/10, britinme <jmdought@...> wrote:
From: britinme <jmdought@...>
Subject: [pepysdiary-social] Keith Wright
Date: Wednesday, October 13, 2010, 9:45 PM
Dear Pepys friends
I am stunned and saddened to have to tell you that Keith died today, 13 October 2010. There was a complication with his blood pressure medicine which today resulted in a cardiac arrest. The doctors worked on him for hours, but to no avail and, at c. 14:00 CDT he passed away. He would have been 56 in November. I received an email from a friend of his this evening, bearing this news.
Keith and I had corresponded almost since the start of the Pepys Diary enterprise, which both of us enjoyed, and I shall miss him greatly even though we never met.
- View SourceI'm so sad to hear of Keith's death. Just two weeks ago I lost a friend to an aortic dissection, which the doctors said stemmed ultimately from untreated high blood pressure. Today's sad news prompts me to repeat what I have been saying to all my friends -- if something isn't feeling right, please go to a doctor and get it taken care of, instead of pushing on. Your family and friends would rather have you here...
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