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Doctor Perrone Letter

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March 01, 2011 Professor Perrone: In October of 2009 a very tragic event happened in my life. My husband was sent home on a temporary medical leave assignment and while he was home he committed suicide while on Active Duty. Due to that fact that the suicide was achieved using drugs supplied by my mother – in - law, an ongoing investigation has been a very permanent part of my life. Since my husband was in the Army, all investigation inquiries, hearings, rulings, etc. must be completed at the closest applicable Army post. The closest one to me (here in Ocala) is Fort Stewart, GA. A lot of the investigation has been completed via phone conference but, on the days I originally emailed to you at the beginning of the semester (plus on addition one) I had prescheduled appointment times to attend meetings and
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Unformatted text preview: hearings. February 24, 2011 was the last day I was scheduled to be gone and it was also the last portion of the investigation. So, I will no longer be missing days from your class or any class for that matter in regard to this investigation. If any other information is requested or required please let me know, I will be happy to oblige. A copy of his military death certificate is attached. Thank you for your understanding and I appreciate you giving me this opportunity to help repair my grade. Sincerely, March 01, 2011 Katherine Vann The following days were missed this quarter: January 18, 2011 :: January 20, 2011 :: February 3, 2011 :: February 24, 2011...
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