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March is :: family photographer :: Lexington, KY

March is :: family photographer :: Lexington, KY

March is my annual client appreciation month! I wouldn’t be celebrating 9 years in business without your continuous support. To show my appreciation, I have some special offers for you and your friends for this month!

You can book a 20-minute mini session, that includes 5 digital images for a $100 off regular prices. If you prefer my full sessions, you can book that for over 50% off regular prices, and it includes ALL digital files!

And because I want to meet your friends, it’s double your referral credit during March! You earn $50 credit for each referral & so does your friend when they book a session or a mini during March.

I look forward to seeing you all, and meeting your friends! We’re lucky to have trees blooming already & the weather warming up so soon.

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    A family friend wrote on social media that it was “not the way to show value and compassion to a patient“.

    The hospital says it “regrets falling short” of the family’s expectations.

    Mr Quintana died the next day.

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  • DerekFoord on March 10, 2019

    Ernest Quintana, 78, was at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Fremont when a doctor – appearing on the robot’s screen – informed him that he would die within a few days.

    A family friend wrote on social media that it was “not the way to show value and compassion to a patient“.

    The hospital says it “regrets falling short” of the family’s expectations.

    Mr Quintana died the next day.

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