A Father's Gift

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Trafford Publishing, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 100 pages
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A narrative of compassion, understanding and love - an account of the faith of parents who never admit to failure. Our story details the efforts of parents who, in spite of the hurt, disappointment, and frustration, prevailed in their self-imposed commitment to make certain that their son, who had been infected with the AIDS, would not be alone in his final hour. This narrative follows approximately 20 years of losing, searching for and finding their son - all in New York City, a city of approximately 9 to 10 million people. Twenty years - a period of hope and fear, but primarily filled with love.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
7
Chapter 2
11
Chapter 3
16
Chapter 4
23
Chapter 5
27
Chapter 6
31
Chapter 7
34
Chapter 8
39
Chapter 19
81
Chapter 20
85
Chapter 21
91
Chapter 22
96
Chapter 23
99
Chapter 24
103
Chapter 25
108
Chapter 26
111

Chapter 9
43
Chapter 10
46
Chapter 11
50
Chapter 12
54
Chapter 13
57
Chapter 14
62
Chapter 15
67
Chapter 16
70
Chapter 17
74
Chapter 18
77
Chapter 27
114
Chapter 28
120
Chapter 29
126
Chapter 30
130
Chapter 31
133
CONCLUSION
136
EPILOGUE
137
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
138
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