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PJO_5
PJO_5 Member Posts: 199
Mike,

Hang in there, and do not sway from your beliefs...and keep in touch with this great group of guys that want to help.

This time will pass, but your memories will last...

Take Care, PJO
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  • Mike T., Swampeast MO
    Mike T., Swampeast MO Member Posts: 6,928


    My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident. His fault but at least the person in the other vehicle was treated for minor injuries and released from the ER.

    Mom died 3 years ago and my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally "alone" in the world.

    Dad had become involved with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a history of befriending vulnerable older men and collecting when they die. She has never contacted anyone in the family and has never attended any family event.

    Dad sold his house and was in the process of moving into a trailer on her very rural property. Everyone was concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly kind-hearted and always had driving problems--almost countless accidents but mainly just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom never let him drive on the highway alone.

    Entire family thought she was just trying to take him for his money and nearly everyone tried to keep him from making this move.

    Finally spoke with her, told her of dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying "I begged him not to move here," then in the next sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take care of him for the rest of his life." Contradiction anyone?

    Told her I was going to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what? They have a safety deposit box together and the proceeds from the very recent sale of his house are in an account with her as a beneficiary... Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet and I can tell he'd been paying many of her bills.

    The next few days are going to be awful. I can tell that his closest family members essentially blame this scheming woman for his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed happy, but I also know how easy he was to manipulate.

  • singh
    singh Member Posts: 866


    Very sorry for your loss.
    May he rest in peace.
    May your heart heal in time.

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  • Mike Lampkin_2
    Mike Lampkin_2 Member Posts: 124
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you

    So sorry to hear such terrible news Mike. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and I hope that you can find that "inner" peace to help you through these trying times.
  • Jeff Lawrence_25
    Jeff Lawrence_25 Member Posts: 746
    our thoughts

    Are with you in this trying time.

    Bless you.
  • Anthony Praga
    Anthony Praga Member Posts: 74
    very sorry

    very sorry to hear such awfull news. you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. wish you the best in this time of hurt


    anthony praga
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,072
    Very Sorry ,

    > My dad was killed yesterday in a car accident.

    > His fault but at least the person in the other

    > vehicle was treated for minor injuries and

    > released from the ER.

    >

    > Mom died 3 years ago and

    > my grandma last year. I'm the only kid, and am

    > long divorced with no kids, so now I'm legally

    > "alone" in the world.

    >

    > Dad had become involved

    > with a woman who was their cleaning woman (my

    > age) for a short while before mom died. "Nothing

    > sexual" he told me, and I said, "Shouldn't it

    > be?" She has a live-in boyfriend as well as a

    > history of befriending vulnerable older men and

    > collecting when they die. She has never

    > contacted anyone in the family and has never

    > attended any family event.

    >

    > Dad sold his house

    > and was in the process of moving into a trailer

    > on her very rural property. Everyone was

    > concerned as he's somewhat "special", overly

    > kind-hearted and always had driving

    > problems--almost countless accidents but mainly

    > just minor low-speed accidents in town. Mom

    > never let him drive on the highway

    > alone.

    >

    > Entire family thought she was just

    > trying to take him for his money and nearly

    > everyone tried to keep him from making this

    > move.

    >

    > Finally spoke with her, told her of

    > dad's death. She was extremely emotional saying

    > "I begged him not to move here," then in the next

    > sentence said, "I loved him and wanted to take

    > care of him for the rest of his life."

    > Contradiction anyone?

    >

    > Told her I was going

    > to see dad's attorney and it was, "I don't want

    > anything." Attorney calls bank. Guess what?

    > They have a safety deposit box together and the

    > proceeds from the very recent sale of his house

    > are in an account with her as a beneficiary...

    > Dad finally admitted to his brother a few months

    > ago that he'd given her 30-40K. His checkbook

    > was in the car and a "to do" list in his wallet

    > and I can tell he'd been paying many of her

    > bills.

    >

    > The next few days are going to be

    > awful. I can tell that his closest family

    > members essentially blame this scheming woman for

    > his death. I won't go that far as Dad seemed

    > happy, but I also know how easy he was to

    > manipulate.



    I'm very sorry to hear you lost your Dad, Mike.

    You got our prayers,



    David
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