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Courtesy of today's Page-a-Day Online Calendar:
IN MEMORIAM
“Really? Darn! What if...Sigh. OK.”

Q: That was John Kroll in a letter to www.poynter.org, boiling down the five stages of grief for someone who passed away in August 2004 at the age of 78. Who was it? 
             FROM NPR & CHICAGO PUBLIC RADIO®

Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. The Swiss-born psychiatrist humanized the treatment of the terminally ill and helped to inspire the hospice movement. Her 1969 bestseller, On Death and Dying, identified five stages of the dying experience: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.