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PanchoBilla enters Hospice (Has now passed away)

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Its really cool that he has become such a well known and liked figure throughout the bills universe, where we see the gm, coach, players, alumni, etc all wishing him well on draft day.

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2 hours ago, Binghamton Beast said:

My sister is a Hospice nurse. Thank God for Hospice.

 

I have the utmost respect for anyone in that profession.

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Does anybody know how or why he became a Bills fan? He is from Texas, right? Always curious how out of towners become Bills fans.

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Let this put the draft in perspective, tonight.....and forever. 

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Very sorry to hear about Pancho—am glad Harrison & the Bills have rallied around him but man, it really sucks. My wife is a hospice triage nurse and I don’t know how she and others like her do what they do. Prayers for Pancho and his loved ones. 

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I wept for Pancho today. Not yet brother. Please.

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This is such a punch to the gut.  So sad how a great person like Ezra is stricken with an awful illness.  It makes no sense.  One thing for sure, he will never be forgotten around here 

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This is extremely sad. Although I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting this man I can’t help but root for him as not just a Bills fan but a human being. It breaks my heart to see those pics with his kids. I can’t imagine the pain they are all going through and wouldn’t wish that on anyone.

 

We always posthumously say life is too short and I am going to stop sweating the small stuff and enjoy whatever time I have left, I know I have numerous times after a loved one or someone this young is so sick. 

 

This mans attitude towards his disease is truly inspirational. He’s literally fighting for his life and showing us incredible strength. I will pray for him and his family. God speed Poncho, rest easy now. Like a true Bills fan, never quit, never give up. 

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8 hours ago, Just Jack said:

 

There's only one way patients exit hospice. 

 

 

No *****.  Some things are better left unsaid.

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6 hours ago, KD in CA said:

 

We had a similar experience with my parents.  Dad was 2 days, Mom was almost a month.  The former was a heck of a lot better.

 

Sad news for Poncho and his family.

 

Grandma was six weeks.  After two, I gave serious consideration to smothering her with a pillow.  

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Just now, DC Tom said:

 

Grandma was six weeks.  After two, I gave serious consideration to smothering her with a pillow.  

 

Naah....why do that when they no doubt gave you the option to starve her to death?

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1 minute ago, KD in CA said:

 

Naah....why do that when they no doubt gave you the option to starve her to death?

 

That was optional?  I thought starving to death was just how hospice worked.

 

We treat our pets kinder in death than we do our elders.

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