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August 08, 2005

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Carla Loon Leader

I am so happy to read this wonderful update. I don't know Shari, but know others who do. I have been following the story and put up flyers everywhere! How exciting that there is such a happy ending for her. I wish her the best and a wonderful happy wedding in a few months!!

Victoria

What encouraging news to learn that Shari has received her gift of life. While I only just recently learned of her plight, I am hopeful that Shari will have a full recovery. Her story and that of all the friends and strangers who helped her is an inspiration to us all.

PR Industry Colleague

I could not be happier about Shari receiving a liver transplant--I checked this site daily for updates and shared it with everyone I knew. My thoughts and prayers are with Shari, her fiance and family who will support her during the recory period. My prayers are also with the generous family who so kindly passed on the gift of life to someone in need.
Shari-i wish you the best--celebrate LIFE and LOVE at your wedding.

Susan King

We are just friends of a friend. We live way up in the Adirondack Mts. Have been praying for Shari. We've been through cancer and KNOW that prayers are heard and answered!

Shawna Feinsod Goldfarb

Shari and family,
I was so happy to hear of your successful liver transplant, as I have been following your story daily. May g-d watch over you now and forever. You deserve the beautiful wedding of a lifetime that you have dreamt of and I am so happy to learn that you will walk down the aisle soon enough.
All my best and stay strong.
With love and prayers,
Shawna
(GN North '92)

Shawna Feinsod Goldfarb

Shari and family,
I was so happy to hear of your successful liver transplant, as I have been following your story daily. May g-d watch over you now and forever. You deserve the beautiful wedding of a lifetime that you have dreamt of and I am so happy to learn that you will walk down the aisle soon enough.
All my best and stay strong.
With love and prayers,
Shawna

Felice & Dave

We were overcome with excitement and relief when we heard this amazing news over the weekend!!! We wish you, Rob and your family a lifetime of love, laughter and joy! Hang in there Shari! love, felice & dave

Julie Cohen

I am so happy to hear about the good news. I have checked this website constantly and was thrilled to see a happy ending. G-d bless Shari, her family and friends and all the people waiting for a transplant.
Julie

Risa Goldberg

This is wonderful news! We are so happy that she has a new liver and we wish Shari a speedy recovery!!!

Tracy

I am so relieved and thrilled that Shari got a liver! I've written before. My brother was in that same hospital last year at this time on the transplant unit awaiting a liver. September 13 will be his 1st anniversary of his new life!!! The transplant team there is truly amazing. Shari is in good hands! Praying for a very speedy recovery.
Tracy

wendy fox

I am so happy to hear the good news. We wish you a speedy recovery.


With love always,
the Fox family

semgirl

Words can not express how happy I am to hear this. May it be will of the Ribono Shel Olam that you should live a long happy prosperous live that is only full of joy and Yiddishe Nachas..

Sharon Bailin

Dear Shari and Family,

Stu, Sharon. Hillary and Allison were all at Camp Romaca with Shari. We all followed your plight the last few weeks and were thrilled that you finally received a liver. May you have a wonderful wedding day and beautiful life together. Please remember us all to your family. Fondly, the Bailins

Melany LeBleu

Congratulations!!!!
It brings tears to my eyes to know that the ultimate gift has been given once agian.
My prayers go out to you Shari for a speedy recovery and to your wonderful family. My prayers also go out to your donor's family at this difficult time.
We were only married 3 months when at the age of 22 my husband recieved his liver transplant. He is now 6 1/2 months out. The cause is still unknown, but his new liver is working great. The way we look at it is that every marriage goes through a difficult and trying time, only ours came in the beginning and made us stronger.
I didn't think it was possible, but there is light at the end of the tunnel, life does go on and it is even more beautiful now than it ever was before.
Shari, congratulations again on both your new gift and your wedding. May your wedding day be memorable, your marriage blessed and your life long.

With love, Melany

Debby

I am both relieved and overjoyed to read about Shari's successful transplant upon returning to this site to check on the status of her situation. Shari, my parents are good friend and neighbors of Shelli Harris (apparently a close friend of your parents) and all of Glen Head Country Club has been praying and thinking of you. On another note, I am also your age and my husband and I were married and the Woodbury Jewish Center in May '03. I can promise that you will have the most perfect wedding you could imagine! Live your life to the fullest. You and your family are a true inspiration to everyone. Mazel Tov.

Debby Cotton (daughter of Phyllis and Barry Furst)

Phyllis Nathan

Mazel Tov on the new liver. I have been praying for your recovery. You have so much to live for. Make your life count and by all means...enjoy it. You will continue to be on my prayer list and in my thoughts, although I am a total stranger who read about your plight on my cousin's blog. By the way the prayers I make are to a "universal cosmic judge" who is not part of any organized religion, so you can consider them wishes or appeals if you don't embrace a religious belief. Good luck.

Jennifer Keene

Such happy news! Best wishes from a fellow Cornellian.

Deb J. IL

I just wanted to say how wonderful it is to hear that Shari received a new liver! And to thank her brother for emailing me during their families trama to try to send me helpful information for a friend of mine, Nathan, who looked to be needing a new liver at the same time. They still don't know what caused Nathan's illness, but you will be happy to know things took a turn for the better and he is home now and doing well. Thank you and congradulations again.

Elaine Taylor-Gordon

We at Womensbiz.US, along with our readers and visitors to our website, www.womensbiz.us, have been following your progress and praying for your survival and fast recovery. We are so grateful that you found the right donor and hope you can return to a promising and exciting life that shouldn't have become at risk so prematurely. Best wishes for your continued good health and our hopes that this can be put behind you as one of those accidental blips on an otherwise calm sea.

crystal lee

Shari,

Just wanted to let you know that I've been transferred from the NY office to Shanghai! I'm so glad to see that you're recovering and hope when I come back to visit next year you will be sitting in your office, conducting great client work as usual!

Best,
Crystal Lee

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