She saw one of my cousins playing music for my uncle to try and have him wake up and respond. She then pulled up YouTube on the computer so that we could play my uncle’s favorite songs even when we weren’t there.
A thousand thank yous from our family. Words can’t express how grateful we are for you helping my uncle. Every day we could see how much you cared for him and our family. Every day our family wished you would be the nurse who would take care of him. We were especially appreciative when you were still with him after your normal 12-hour shift and when you came in the day he donated his organs.
Thank you so much, Meron. You’ve helped our family get through these difficult times knowing that he was always in good times. God bless you and your family.
Thank you for taking care of my son and I hope that God protects you continuously. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Thank you for giving my uncle so much attention. I really appreciate it. From the bottom of my heart, you are a true DAISY Nurse.
All the days we were here, she took such good care of my dad. She was so gentle. She also came to the walk of honor for my father, even though she didn’t work that day, so she didn’t have to. I’m a curious child and I had lots of questions about all the different machinery. She answered all my questions with pleasure. She even showed more cool things on her own without me asking questions. She’s an amazing nurse.
Thank you so much, Meron for taking such good care of my father. I really appreciate it. Thank you for answering all of my questions. I felt better knowing what each machine did. I really hope you come to my dad’s funeral because I really want to thank you in person.
I am taking the time to write down these words even though I am devastated. I lost my husband, a wonderful man. He was an exemplary man for my family. We are going through the worst time in our lives. However, I want to say thank you to the nurse who was always kind and awesome. She took great care of my husband.
I remember when she was about to administer a medication to my husband, and she got hurt by the medication bottle. She cut her finger and she said, "I am fine I will give him the medication before I start to bleed". She also said, "There are things that are more important to take care of" (referring to my husband). Then, she took care of her injured finger.
Thank you very much and God bless you forever.
For her unconditional work. Her respect for patients is amazing. She is kind, a great caregiver, sweet, etc. I ask God to give her wisdom in her professional and personal life. Bless you and a big hug.