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Update on Tom Hoobyar
I am very sad to report that on September 25 my father, Tom Hoobyar, lost his battle with pancreatic cancer.
There will be a memorial service at Menlo Park Presbyterian on October 29 at 11 am. All family, friends and colleagues are welcome to attend. The address is 950 Santa Cruz Ave, Menlo Park. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Please take a moment and read this very touching tribute to my father, written by his good friend Perry Marshall. I promise you, it is entertaining and heartfelt. You can even listen to a recorded interview with my Dad. And come back soon. I will be keeping this site updated with my father’s teachings and learnings, and we will keep this site alive.
Until next time,
Update on Tom Hoobyar’s health
Tom was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He is in a Reno hospital at the time of this post.
Those of you who know Tom personally know that Tom will find a way through this challenge if it is at all possible. Tom and his family welcome your prayers and good wishes!
You can keep up with Tom’s status by tracking “Tom’s Healing Journey” on Facebook. It’s an open group, so you can join the group and get updates via email if you wish.
Kimi Avary and Duncan Cleminshaw have set up a donation page for Tom’s care at http://www.gofundme.com/For-the-love-of-Tom. Quoting the Facebook entry from Duncan, “We’ve gotten Tom and Vikki’s permission for this. It’s configured so any donation made goes directly to Tom and Vikki’s PayPal account. My hope is that we can reach lots of people in the NLP, hypnosis and healing communities. Anything you can do to spread the word that our dear friend is in need would be welcome.”
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