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Post Posted: Tue, Jan 23 2007, 11:10 am       Post subject: Sad gift
My grandfather was niftar very recently Crying or Very sad
there was a Jewish (not religious) nurse in the hospital who took care of him the last couple days and also cleaned him up etc before the chevra kadisha took over. Any suggestions of what would be a nice/appropriate gift? Thanks!
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Post Posted: Tue, Jan 23 2007, 11:12 am       Post subject:
a watch with a note that says thank you for all your time - sorry about your grandfather
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JMto2









  
Post Posted: Tue, Jan 23 2007, 11:12 am       Post subject: re: Sad gift
you can take them a tray of cookies as a thank you or some chocolate arrangement. I think it is a nice idea they will realize that it was appreciated.
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withhumor









  
Post Posted: Tue, Jan 23 2007, 3:43 pm       Post subject:
It’s difficult to get a gift when you don’t know the man personally. A basket with amazing ‘Jewish’ delicious food should warm his heart, let him know you’re not ‘cheap’ and may have him begging for more!
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Tila









  
Post Posted: Tue, Jan 30 2007, 9:44 am       Post subject: re: Sad gift
I BAKED FOR THE NUrses who took care of my mom, I did it regularly, and left it at thier coffe station. I lived close to the hospital at the time.
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Post Posted: Tue, Jan 30 2007, 9:56 am       Post subject: re: Sad gift
Yup my kids and I did that also for the nurses that took care of my mom in rehab.. Considering they are always on the run, cookies are like a yummy snack.
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Post Posted: Tue, Jan 30 2007, 10:04 am       Post subject: re: Sad gift
after my birth, I had dh buy for the mid-wives a nice, big box of chocolates they could all share. (I don't bake).
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