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May 16, 2005

Mae Magouirk Passes on: a natural death due to stroke

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Ken Mullinax passes on the news of his aunts natural death:

Mae Magouirk died this morning at the Bryan Nursing Home in LaGrange Ga. of a stroke. Her vital signs had been causing concern since last Wednesday and by Sunday, an apparent stroke hit her, causing her difficulty to speak, her BP was only 60/30 and by this morning she died surrounded by family.

She was 81 years old.

Since the friends of Terri and the readers of World Net Daily and Glenn Beck had helped save her from starvation, she had responded to treatment by the University of Alabama Medical Center doctors , had then been transferred for convalescent treatment at the Bryan Nursing Home in LaGrange, Ga where her church family had surrounded her after learning of her ordeal in the media and from her Alabama family.

Although she was cognizant, speaking, sitting up, eating-drinking and communicating until her last day alive, her family had decided not to tell her of the terrible ordeal she had endured at Hospice LaGrange until she had been discharged from the nursing home. She was spared this final pain by GOD.

WE, her closest living next of kin, her Alabama family feel Mae was blessed to have died without being thirsty and having food in her stomach..we thank God for moving all the people of the United States for their phone calls, prayers and active participation in saving her life!

We encourage any of the friends of Terri, radio listeners or readers to show our Aunt Mae and Ga. relations how much you cherish life by sending cards and flowers to the funeral home or church.

Her arrangements are:

Visitation:

On Tuesday between 6:00 -8:00PM EST
Hunter, Allen, MayHand Funeral Home
506 Hill Street
LaGrange, Ga. 30241

Funeral:

Wednesday at 11:00AM EST
Oakside Baptist Church
1921 Hamilton Street
LaGrange, Ga.

Thanks Sarah for caring and WorldNet Daily for helping save Mae for God's divine fate and not man's hand!

Are thoughts and prayers remain with Mae's family.

Posted by tim at May 16, 2005 10:43 PM


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May God grant to Mae the eternal rest that she deserves. She has gone in His time and not according to the will of human beings who wanted to end her life too early. Now she has had a real death with dignity. There is no dignity in being starved to death.

Posted by: Maggie4life at May 17, 2005 3:29 AM

May She Rest In Peace. God be with Her and Her Family.

Posted by: Tress at May 17, 2005 7:42 AM

I thank God she died a natural death and wasn't allowed to starve to death by her "loving" granddaughter. I just hope her stroke wasn't brought on by the starvation she underwent for days.

May God welcome her into heaven with open arms...

Posted by: Sirena at May 20, 2005 3:00 PM