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Bill Duoos

Bill Duoos

02.24.2016

Hi Dr Sult, im so sorry for your loss, you mean alot to me and my family,he seemed like a wonderful man, thanks for sharing your story about him, I wish I could have met him. I know hes proud of you for all the good you do helping people. Your a wonderful person and doctor and well respected throughout Minnesota. Your in our thoughts and prayers , Bill , Mary and Dan Duoos

Erika Weiler

Erika Weiler

02.24.2016

What a wonderful tribute to your father, and what an amazing man. Thank you for sharing a glimpse into his life and thus yours. It’s easy to see he had great influence on your life and your work as well. I will keep Stormy and the family in my prayers during this difficult time. God bless!

Kathie Cox Courtney

Kathie Cox Courtney

02.24.2016

Sorry for your loss. Your dad was an outstanding man and you were blessed by his influence and experiences, making you a better man also. I feel strongly that you will meet again in the afterlife. Blessings to you and your family!

Patty

Patty

02.24.2016

Tom,

I am a friend of Cindy’s from high school.  We still communicate and see each other when we can.  My memory of you during that time was you were the cool older brother, and my memory of your father was that he was a man of mystery.  Cindy and I could never figure out what he did for a living.  My fondest memory of him was when we went to Pine Mountain Lake for a week one summer.  Your dad asked us if we wanted to go fishing, and when we said yes, he turned on his heel and went to put on his “fishing suit”.  He came out grinning, having changed clothes from a green leisure suit, to a tan leisure suit.  The whole week we ribbed him about his flying suit, and his dancing suit etc.  I was always so amused by that.  Cindy and I often referred to it through the years.  When Cindy and I were in college together and your dad had a cerebral bleed while doing sit ups, she was obviously upset and was getting ready to go to his bedside at the hospital.  I told her before she departed not to worry, that her dad wouldn’t die then because he didn’t have his dying suit.  She laughed out loud and said that she was going to tell him that.  Of course she did, and he was very amused by the reference.  He made a full recovery and lived for many, many more years after that.  Your article about your dad was more information than I had ever known about him after all of these years.  My respect and admiration for him is more now, than ever before.  My deepest sympathies,  Patty Mansberger Ruzek

I’m very sorry for you loss. It was very interesting to read about his life and you’ve done well by him in this tribute.

Chris Foley

Chris Foley

03.22.2016

A great tribute to your Dad, Tom, and I wish we had more like him today.  It was people like him who made this country what it is.  You’re a chip off that block, mate, and glad you are!

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