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James P. Kaiser

James P. Kaiser, of Harrington Park, NJ passed away surrounded by his loving family on July 10, 2023, after a valiant battle with Multiple Myeloma. He leaves behind his heartbroken wife, Kimberly, their son, Dylan, and daughters, Nicole, Kirsten, and Brielle. He was originally from Smithfield, RI and never lost his RI accent, even after living in NJ for 33 years.

Joe "Duffer" Dutton III

Throughout his 15 year battle with Multiple Myeloma, Joe never let his diagnosis define him. He instead chose to live his entire life living, living to the absolute fullest. The love between he and his wife Annette was like something out of a storybook. Together, they created a life they loved. Throughout their 38 years together they had two wonderful children and four gorgeous grandsons. We will spend forever carrying on his legacy with love and optimism.... #LiveLikeJoe

Maureen Frances Burke

On January 15th 2022 we lost our loving mother and grandmother Maureen Frances Burke. Maureen fought a courageous battle with Multiple Myeloma for over 5 years. Never complaining about the endless treatments she endured.

William Kelsey

On December 13th, 2021, the world lost a doting father and grandfather, a deeply kind man, and devoted husband and best friend to Colleen for over 20 years. William Joseph “Bill” Kelsey, 63, passed away after a courageous years-long battle with Multiple Myeloma.

Kenneth Frank Klespies

Ken was a beloved husband, father, grandfather and friend. He courageously battled multiple myeloma with optimism and grace for 21 years. Ken was extremely grateful to Guido J.K. Tricot, MD, Clinical Director of the Myeloma Center, University of Arkansas, Little Rock, AK and Melissa Alsina, MD, Head of the Multiple Myeloma Transplant Program at Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL. Ken's ultimate goal was to live to find a cure for multiple myeloma.

Peter Hardin

Peter Warner Hardin, age 84 and resident of Fishkill, New York, passed away on Saturday, September 26, 2020, surrounded by family. Peter was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma in April 2000, but did not require treatment until April 2016.

Peter is survived by his wife, Teresa; his brother, James Budd Hardin; his son William Michael Hardin and daughter-in-law Amy Hardin; his son Jeffrey Hardin and daughter-in-law Christina Hardin; his granddaughters Madison, Emma, and Violet Hardin of Round Rock, Texas; as well as many other loving family members and friends. Peter spent his retirement years traveling, cultivating his car and photo hobbies, and snow birding in Florida.

 

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