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Monday, March 8, 2010

Send a note to Brownie

Posted By on Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 11:48 AM

A note from Bill Kopsky at the Arkansas Public Policy Panel about our friend Brownie Ledbetter (a brief history if you haven't had the pleasure):

Friends,
 
Friends,
 
Brownie had a setback in her battle with a brain tumor and was admitted into the Hospice program over the weekend to care for her needs.  She's now back home resting comfortably.
 
A website for her has been set up at www.caringbridge.org/visit/brownieledbetter 
 
Brownie's family is using this site to post updates on her condition and give you a chance to leave notes for Brownie and her family.  Brownie has a lot of people who care about her and this site creates a way to stay in touch without overwhelming her or her family with calls.  They encourage friends to write a note on the website for communication right now instead of calling. 
 
Brownie means the world to all of us at the Panel and we're proud to be her friends and colleagues.

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