Monthly Archives: September 2014

Fred Hutch at ONA14 in Chicago

A team from the Fred Hutch communications team just spent several days at the Online News Association conference in Chicago. It was a fast and productive time, and it was interesting to see how people in the journalism industry view … Continue reading

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Going home

“You wouldn’t know it by looking at me now, but I was showing some promise once upon a time.” ~ John Mellencamp I head back to Seattle in the morning after spending a couple weeks in Utah with my family. … Continue reading

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Uncle Chuck McIntyre’s cancer story

I’ve heard a lot of cancer stories in the last year, but last night’s hit closest to home. My uncle picked me up at my hotel in downtown Salt Lake City yesterday afternoon. We drove up to the area around … Continue reading

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Getting the message

After several busy days of going to funeral activities I find myself alone in a big empty house. I’m doing laundry and listening to inspirational speeches on the Internet, but mostly I’m sitting quietly and contemplating the things I’ve witnessed … Continue reading

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Pictures from the funeral of Debra Kay Judkins McIntyre

Debra returned back to the loving arms of her Heavenly Father on August 26, 2014 after a 6 ½ month battle with cancer.  She passed away at her home in Kaysville surrounded by her family.  She was born November 10, … Continue reading

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‘It’s livin’ that’s hard’

“Dying is easy. It’s livin’ that’s hard…” ~ The Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash I’m in Salt Lake City, Utah this week visiting my extended family because we lost a couple important family members last week. We’re all attending viewings … Continue reading

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