To the Editor:
Five years ago on March 12, my 28-year-old daughter passed away suddenly from meningitis. We thought it was a case of a bad flu, but we lost her in the ambulance on the way to the emergency room. There were many questions.
Two days later, after Dr. Anne Majewski completed an autopsy, she called me and gave me a detailed explanation of the type, cause and effect meningitis had on my daughter’s body.
She then related her personal experience with the loss of loved ones, her grandparents and father in her own house that they had all lived in at one time. She told a beautiful story of messages and signs she had received from these loved ones.
Our long conversation was very uplifting and comforting to me. In the next few weeks I had this experience in a different but undeniable way as I’m sure many others have.
Dr. Majewski is a compassionate, caring person, and I want her to know she touched my life for a few minutes, but her words have stayed with me. I wish her only the best in the future.