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    Unhappy RIP Tim Hutten - Bolingbrook IL

    Tim Hutten of USIC / SM&P / CLS passed away due to cancer. If anyone has specific details, please be kind & post a reply w/ them on this thread.

    My understanding is that he had melanoma which spread to his liver within the past few months. I saw him locating around about August or September, it must have come on quickly. I also know he had a twin brother who also worked w/ a util boring company.

    Please keep him & his family in your prayers.
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    Default Re: RIP Tim Hutten - Bolingbrook IL

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    Cancer is a terrible affliction to people diagnosed with this malignancy. A total of 1,479,350 new cancer cases and 562,340 deaths from cancer are projected to occur in the United States in 2009. This is serious stuff. All of us have had our lives touched through the loss of family members and friends to this serious illness.

    All of us are born with cancer. Life couldn't begin without cancer. The cancer protein cells protect the fertilized egg, that's growing in mommy's womb, from being attacked by mommy's immune system for the first 10 weeks of the baby's development. At 10 weeks the baby's pancreas is developed enough to provide it's own immune system. These immune system cells, developed by the baby's own pancreas, devours the cancer cells protecting the fetus and in turn forms it's own protection barrier against mommy's immune system.

    If our body's immune system is run-down (body turns acidic), it is not able to keep ahead of the naturally occurring, continually multiplying, cancer cells in our bodys. It's at this point in our life, when the AMA doctor tells us the dreaded news, "You have cancer," we have one of two choices to make:

    1.) Trust the cancer doctors to use their barbaric and profitable slash, poison and burn treatment methods to get the cancer out; putting our remaining health in serious jeopardy and still likely to have a painful death within 6 months,

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    2.) take charge of our health by building strength back into our body's immune systems to regain the fight in killing cancer. Our failing bodies must be brought back to an alkaline state, full of oxygen, to have the immune system do it's work, not only destroying cancer cells, but stopping all viral diseases and sickness. For this to happen naturally, we need to stop drinking all forms of alcohol and soft drinks. We must eat a healthy diet, drink homemade vegetable juices and drink at least a gallon a day of ionized water.

    Here's what I'm talking about - Read Nancy Ruder's cancer survival story:

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    Default Re: RIP Tim Hutten - Bolingbrook IL

    Here's the official obit, from the Joliet Herald News:

    Timothy P. Hutten "Tim" "Hutt" Age 51, of Crest Hill, passed away peacefully Thursday, December 17, 2009 at home with his family at his side. Born May 25, 1958 in Joliet, he was a lifetime area resident. A graduate of Joliet Township West Class of 1976. Beloved husband of 30 years to Rose (nee Jago); loving father of Ann (fiancÚ Jameson), Andrew, and Spc. Adam Hutten U.S. Army; devoted son of Donald and Ancy (nee Confer) Hutten; dear brother of his twin, Tom (Kathy), and Terri (Micah) Rapaz, Toni (Mike) Dulny, Ted (Angie) and Brian (Heather) Hutten; proud uncle of eight and great-uncle of one; many cousins and his beloved canine companion Lulu also survive. Employed by USIC as a utility locater, and formerly employed at Insta Foam. He was an active member of the Southside Civic Club; and was an active participant in the Annual . The Hutten Family would like to express their gratitude to Joliet Area Community Hospice, Northwestern Memorial Hospital and to the many wonderful and caring friends our family has been blessed with. A Prayer Service will be held today, Saturday, December 19, 2009 at 8:00 p.m. at the funeral home chapel. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred. Visitation today, Saturday 3-8 p.m. at: FRED C. DAMES FUNERAL HOME 3200 Black at Essington Rds., Joliet For information: (815) 741-5500
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