Beau was a selfless, wonderful man who will be sorely missed. Even by those of us who haven't seen him in years. There has never been, nor will there ever be, another Beau Prince. He is irreplaceable. God bless you, Beau, and may you rest in peace.
Beau...i miss you so much and wish you were still here...its tough buddy! Although it may not have always seemed like it, i relied on you personnally and professionally. All i think about when i look at the puppies you gave me is what a great person you are inside and out. Your an inspiration to all of us to forget about the little things in life and live life with a smile to the fullest. You are a great friend and a great person! I know you are in a better place now, but still wish you were here with all of us!
Well still not sinking in that Beau is gone. It was just a few months ago when he was in town and we got to hang out for a few hours talking about the past 10 years with stewie wicks and my brother. You will be truly miss my freind. I wish things ended diffently. You were a blessing to everyone you reached.
I will miss you Beau.
See you in the next life. Josh Weekley
It's very surreal that Beau is no longer with us. I knew Beau in high school and college. He was the nicest and most generous person. He was always willing to listen and give great hugs when you needed it. You were always a happier person just being in his presence. God bless you Beau. I am a better person for have knowing you.
Beau, I've tried to let it sink in over the last few days, but it's difficult. May the Lord bless you and keep you. May your family have peace beyond understanding. What we see as a dim reflection now, may we, like you, see face to face.
Morgan Harris Bracy
I met Beau in a Spanish class. He bought my house in San Antonio in 2008. Although I moved from the area, I would visit him and the house when I was back in town. It had been my first house (and his too). He was very gracious. My thoughts are with his friends and family. My son has also been diagnosed with a bicuspid aortic valve. Take care of your hearts...
Even though I haven't seen or talked to Beau in several years I still consider him to be one of my best friends. Some of my best memories have Beau in them. He was always there to make me laugh and encourage me through good and bad times. Those who knew Beau know of his kindness and generosity.
Beau found out I was a fan of the Police, and we went to see the Police/Sting reunion concert together, stadium floor seating. I remember seeing the price of the tickets, $200, and he had bought them for 2 other people as well. That was just the kind of guy he was, so generous, and kind. I'll never forget his convertible!
My thoughts and prayers are with your family Beau. Earth won't be the same without you, but heaven is getting a great angel. May you rest in peace without all of these consults. You deserve it. You will be sorely missed.
I hope all goes well for you. I will be thinking praying for you. I think I will be chewing the same dirt as you soon (that's an old Army term for you swabs, LOL). Waiting for my initial consult to see how soon I need to do this. Take care of yourself and God Bless.
Be glad your surgery will happen quickly. I've been waiting since November and it's torture. I wish you all the best for great and easy (well, as easy as it can be) surgery and a very speedy recovery.
Beau: You'll read all our success stories and we hope they encourage you. Yes, it's better to have a short date for surgery than a long one. It doesn't give you time to think and worry about it.
Best of luck from a 6-monther.
Welcome to HVJ. I had a simalr surgery this pat may at 49. Aortic valve replacement, root repair and aortic anuerysm repaired. Sounds like a lot, but the combination is not really any more taxing than each individually..
Hopefully you have been through Adam's book a couple of times, and checked out some of the journals. In my case it was not as bad as my imagination had created.
Stay positive, push yourself and do your exercises. This will be behind you soon..