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Here Are My Grandson's T-Shirts For Sale



Hi Everyone,

There was a post a couple of weeks back about my grandson, who lived with us, dying of SIDS. This is a disease that has never gotten its correct due with regard to funding, education, and understanding. My family and I are deeply committed to finding the cause, and hopefully the prevention of this crippling, devastating problem.

I know that some people say that it is only 1700-1800 babies a year that pass from SIDS, but think about how many lives are affected by that number? It is a lot greater than you think!

I still to this day, 7 years later, walk around town and  see people whispering about, "oh that was the grandfather of Kaitlyn's baby". Believe me when I tell you, it is not paranoia! It is a crushing experience.

Anyway, these T-shirts are $17.99 plus shipping & handling. That can be $3 or $7 depending on where you live. If you would like to purchase these shirts(we have every size imaginable), just send me an email @ jleary60@hotmail.com and I will give you the instructions.

Again, I appreciate you following this blog and I have a couple of great articles to publish over the next 4 days! Talk soon. Joe Leary

P.S. In your Description on the Email PLEASE reference: Brady Leary SIDS FOUNDATION!
thanks again.

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