Bobby Shaves For Surgery

Bobby Shaves For Surgery“I just shaved my beard, the first time in 30 years. This picture is for anyone who has kids, grandkids that think smokeless tobacco is cool to do. I want to share so others don’t make the same mistake I did. I had to shave the beard for a twelve hour surgery, Tuesday morning September 8th. A team of doctors are going to remove my jaw bone, and give me a titanium chin. Then after living with a feeding tube and trachea tube for 6 to 8 weeks, I may have to have radiation and chemotherapy. Maybe 3 months down the road, I will return to work with God’s help. My recovery could include speech therapy and plastic surgery. Please let everyone that you know, don’t put that stuff in your lip.”

Sorry, I couldn’t help myself but I believe in posting things in a spiritually positive form so yes, I have rephrased his words just a bit. There are also tumors inside his mouth, not just the chin. The pain I have watched him endure with this rapidly growing tumor, daily splitting not only the skin, but effecting his eating and speech, has been humbling. Seeing the spiritual change in his life has been an honor to be part of.
Thank you all for your prayers and understanding if we’re unable to respond to your msgs immediately. God is good and lives are changing. And yes, God will get him back to work ASAP!

Post Surgery Update:

“Bobby has been in recovery now for the last hour. I have not been able to see him yet. Surgery did go according to plan. Part of the bottom lip was removed. He should regain full use of the lip after recovery. All bottom teeth were taken out except 1. Skin was taken off his arm and leg for the inside of the mouth and chin. Bone was taken from his leg for a new jaw. He has a feeding tube and trachea. Communication will have to be by writing for four to six weeks. There is some good news, possibly no chemo. There will still be radiation. Please continue your prayers for us. Thank you again everyone.”

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  1. Wow 4 yrs old? My prayers are with u and your family. Surgery the day before my birthday. Wow. I can’t say nothing but wow. Who lets a 4 yrs old even pick up a can of dip or smokes? I had a friend die from jaw cancer recently. They took his jaw and didn’t even replace it. Wow. My prayers and wishes to you Mr. Bobby. I hope your doing good. Wow

  2. Where do you see that he started dipping at 4?

  3. My sister Teresa stopped smoking when she was 52. Less than two weeks before her 55th birthday she was diagnosed with lung cancer, passed away three weeks after her diagnosis…I miss her dearly and pray that people realize how fragile life can be.

  4. For anyone who doubts a kid starts chewing young doesn’t know rural kentucky especially 30 or more years ago. Everyone knew someone who cut tobacco or grew it. Plug tobacco was sweet to the taste. My dad used to let me have some when I was younger than 10 and I chewed pouches when I was that young. Information about the dangers wasn’t widely known. I’m a girl and I chewed because my dad did. I moved on to cigarette s when I was older and smoked until about 10 years ago. The culture in rural areas is much different. Most people who grew up chewing were addicted and becoming aware of the dangers doesn’t mean a person can just quit so easy. It takes time and willpower or a serious motivation like this one. We all have our addictions so don’t judge. And unless you’ve grown up in a certain culture you can’t understand. I hope this man gets better. And I truly hope some younger generations benefit from the lesson.

  5. Becareful with vaping…it causes popcorn lung…look it up

    • Stop. Really. Just stop with the popcorn lung. It’s no more of a risk than smoking and yes, smokers DO have a greater chance of popcorn lung than those of us who vape.

  6. Watch that vaping…it causes popcorn lung…look it up.

  7. Dayna Graser (formally Bundy) Janet's daughter

    Praying for you Bobby and your family. Only met you a couple of times but you are a great man and husband to Cousin Roxanne. My love and prayers go out to you.

  8. I thank you for sharing your story… I shared it with my 17 yr old son in hopes he chooses to stay away from it before it becomes an addiction. He has been caught on several occasions , I made him write me a research paper on it and he still did it again. Next time I chose the amount he had to fit in his lip, then he had to sit with it in his mouth and watch a movie with me( no spitting) he then turned a different shade and sped off to the bathroom. I felt terrible for putting him through that. But hoped it would steer him away from the nasty habit. Again, he says he doesn’t do it..but I found out yet again!!! But this time says he’s done…( yeah right!!!) .. He just lies to me about it like I’m stupid.

  9. My brother started dipping when he was 3 but I don’t see what ur ass has to do with anything duh

  10. Why leave a comment if you are going to be a little smart ass? This man is going through a lot! He AND his family! He is sharing his story to raise awareness and help himself not to revert back after treatment! Have some compassion!

    I pray you win the fight! Thank you for sharing! Bless you and your family, sir.

    ❤️ A wife and mother

  11. I dipped a can a day for about 20 years. I tried to quit several times by reducing how many dips I had and even replacing it with smoking. I finally just went cold turkey and had some smokey mountain snuff as a back up if I got to crazy. It was really tough for about a week but I got through it. I have not taken a dip for almost 2 years now. I’ll still dip smokey mountain in the deer stand though. I know the nicotine created the addiction but I really just enjoyed doing it. I’m proof that anyone can quit if they set their mind to it because I never thought I could really do it!

    • Today is my 4th day of being completely dip free, it feels amazing to not be tied down by tobacco. Even though its not so much the nicotene as it is the entire habit I created. Whenever I would roll up my sleeves get to work on, dinner, cleaning, homework, stuff around the house or work at work, I would throw a dip in. That’s where smokey mountain comes in handy. The first day was tough, but after that it’s easy. I went through so many jolly ranchers haha but it was well worth it. I promised my wife right after xmas, after this can or the first of the year I would be done. Well, I ran out, kept my word and not seeing the dissappointment in her face when she asks me if I dipped today is such an amazing feeling. Good luck to everyone who tries to quit. It’s hard. I tried to quit before my daughter was born, shes 2 now. I said I would quit before my son was born. He’s due on April 13. Pretty excited to not let my kids see one of my flaws that I can correct!!

  12. says the use of spit tobacco (dip,chew,snuff,snus) does not increase your chance of mouth cancer. Some dentists even admit that nicotine kills germs and bacteria in your mouth preventing gingivitis. I’ve both dipped and chewed for 11 years and yes it’s highly addictive but has not harmed my mouth science has shown that there are direct links to far more aggressive cancers in a warm bottle of water, processed food along with fast food and even talking on a cell phone. If you pay attention in to the websites, doctors, dentists, and your chem and bio science classes the genetic structure of the individual decides how susceptible they are to forms of cancer that is why not everyone that smokes chews dips or inhales gets cancer. For example me and also my fiancé’s father he has dipped and chewed since he was 6 and is now entering his 40’s and has not yet had any for of cancer and no a canker sore is not a form of cancer. I hope that the man has a smooth and speedy recovery even though the facts I have stated are true nicotine also reduces the speed of the healing process

  13. Whoever let you start chewing at the age of 4 should be slapped and put in jail 🚔

  14. Bobby and family-
    I have never had a dip in my life, but I did socially smoke for around 7 years off and on. At 29 I was diagnosed with tongue cancer. Surgery removing almost half of my tongue, chemo, and radiation. More people need to tell their stories like this. There needs to be more awareness. These things DO happen. It isn’t always a “that won’t happen to me” story. I was the me. And it happened. And my family and I dealt with it. I was 7 weeks postpartum with my first daughter when I was diagnosed. I’m going to give you some encouragement though, it gets better. I pray you don’t need chemotherapy and it hasn’t spread regionally. The radiation is brutal enough. I had adjuvant chemo and radiation and it was rough. I don’t remember about 4 months of my daughters first year. But today, I am 35. I have 2 more daughters that they didn’t know I’d ever have after chemo. I have no lasting side effects that aren’t live able. One tip for you though, make sure they check your thyroid after radiation. Mine was burned up from it. I pray for you and your family. It’s rough, but you can do it!! People beat cancer everyday! Stay positive! Turn to God. He got me through a lot!

  15. This dude saying he started dipping at 4 my ass

  16. Anthony,

    You should really look into joining this website and posting roll in the newest group… – my username is y2baier, sign up and shoot me a PM and we will get you and keep you quit…


  17. Freddy,

    You should really look into joining this website and posting roll in the newest group… – my username is y2baier, sign up and shoot me a PM and we will get you and keep you quit…

  18. I’m praying that you’ll be able to overcome this once and for all. I think you’re a very wise man to stop risking your health and future on this habit. I’m going to post your comment on Facebook. I think what you’ve said is as powerful a message as the post to which you were responding.

  19. How does one start dipping at 4?

  20. Since you were 4!?!?

  21. God bless you. I wish you well.

  22. I pray deliverance comes to you BEFORE the New Year if you believe it can happen! God can do the unimaginable! !!i know him for myself!

  23. Do you guys have this in pouches?

  24. Wait… You dipped at 4??

  25. Just want to say if you can quit, do so. Not to preach but I just lost my step father to this type of cancer, he had quit dipping and smoking 20 years ago. This is what took his life. I’m a past smoker I know it’s not easy. I will have 2 years under my belt in January, it has been a struggle the whole way, but I’m more determined now then ever. It was very hard to see such a strong person go down this way, js

  26. I just recently had to watch my step father go through the very same cancer unfortunately he lost his battle. I pray that you can heal. I pray that there would some day be more research on this type of cancer. God’s speed in your recovery

  27. Good luck Freddy. I’m sure you can do anything you put your mind too!

  28. Amen to you!

  29. PRAYERS to ya !!! I have dipped for a longtime, but always been able to quit when want to. Now this past couple of years it has Not gone that way for me. I have it in my head now, that i need to get thru my morning and day. I have have been trying to do better, but thats not STOPPED. So my Prayers are for you and an awesome recovery.

  30. Praying for you! I watched my grandmother go through the same thing from dipping snuff for many years.

  31. Plz if anyone needs help to quit…ask ur doctor for Chantix —-that’s the only way I could quit —- I only took it for 2 1/2 wks!

  32. Praying for you Bobby! God will honor your bravery in sharing your story. Always give God the glory! I’m praying for a speedy pain free recovery! Strength for your wife and family.

  33. I too was a dipper for 23 years, almost 2 cans a day, this past June, I put it down forever, it took me three total days to quite, gained 23 pounds and took on Mountain Dew like it was water, but I did it, I have only had a few cravings and let me tell you, it was not hard to refuse, look at the money you will save, you may not be religious but I asked God to deliver me from that stuff and by his almighty grace he did, you can do it buddy

  34. First of all, I am praying for Bobby’s complete recovery and am so proud of him for allowing this story to be posted, so that others may be enlightened and lead away from using tobacco, in this case, the smokeless kind. Secondly, I want to commend Freddy for pouring out his heart in his reply on here and for deciding to quit this “filthy habit” once & for all. I pray for your success and good health and the same for anyone else that is moved to love themselves enough and save their own lives, too. God bless each & every one of you. Look to Him and draw your strength from Almighty God.

  35. You started dipping at 4????

  36. How is Bob doing..I will be praying for him

  37. So you’ve dipped since you was four

  38. You were 4 years old? ??

  39. Praise God that this mans story touched you and hopefully has made a difference in your life. I pray that you will have the strength to accomplish your goal.

  40. Bobby, I just showed and read this to my husband, Wendell, He has chewed Mammoth Cave for years and years. We lost our son, Marcus, eight months ago and he is chewing even more now. I have asked him to quit so many times in the past and, maybe, your story will help him to quit. I know that this is such a bad habit to break. Thank you for posting…God Bless You…But, I hate that you did not quit before this happened to you…

  41. I am 27 and I have been dipping for 23 years ever since I was little. I have tried to quit but it always catch up to me. I hope you are doing well I will pray for you. Good bless you buddy

  42. Wishing you the best and a speedy and efficient recovery, unfortunately I am reading this with a dip in… A little backround on myself; Currently I am 21, have been dipping since I was 15 and I have always used dip as a stress reliever which I understand is a false cliché about the nasty stuff since studies have proven chewing tobacco to raise blood pressure, increase heart rate, and adrenelin levels. But nevertheless I continue dipping under the false pretense that it will actually help me through stressful situations(which as an enlisted military person we deal with these situations a lot.) I have thought about quiting for years now, but every time I try I may only last a couple days at best due to the fact that I just like it, and never really wanted, or had the motivation to quit. “Oh, that will never be me..” A doubtful and hopeful phrase of which everyone who continues dipping has said if even just in their minds at least once. But the truth is that it can happen to anyone. This article proves that as well, and so many people have gone through this devastating experience only to wish that they have never started in the first place, and want to spread the word to others in hopes that maybe it will make a difference in even just one persons life so they won’t have to go through the hardship of all the endlessly possible complications dipping can generate from tooth loss all the way up the the most extreme complication which could result in a very painful death… I don’t know why this article hit me this hard, I have read articles before and although it made me contemplate whether or not i should continue the filthy habbit, i have always chosen the latter. maybe it made me think about my life, my girlfriend, or just my lifestyle and well being in general. Whatever the case may be, I have just removed the filth from my mouth, and have decided to commit myself 100% to quitting. All because I have stumbled upon this article tonight, so not only do I really wish you the best in all of your future endeavors, and hope you come out of this stronger than ever. I also want to take a second to thank you, from the bottom of my heart for really opening my eyes by posting this, and I hope others will make the same realizations I have made today. It is a filthy habbit that will only take you down with it, it doesn’t matter who you are, Noone is invincible, nor should they engage in a dangerous habbit that could inevitably kill you.. Life throws enough curveballs at you as it is, there is no need to increase the risk of complications in life with something you could knowingly avoid, especially with something that has absolutely no benefit to your life, and you can control. So thank you again, I really admire your courage in posting this, and I admire you for being so stong in a situation most people would let drag them down. I wish you the absolute best.

  43. praying for you a smooth and fairly painless recovery. I have 2 and a thirteen year old who thinks it’s cool because they are his idols. their mom sent this to them and I surely hope the 13 yr old reads it too. continual prayers for you and your family. the oldest one just got engaged and she has a 2 yr old daughter that adores him….

  44. The trach is there for obstruction of the airway. A passey Muir will cause stacking of the breath. Bad idea

  45. I dipped for many years and had my lip cut on twice
    Thank God He helped me quit
    Keep looking to Him

  46. i had breast cancer cause of smoking,for 20 yrs i had chemo radiation,breast removed, more chemo and i take tamoxifen for 5yrs

  47. I have been using smokeless tobacco for 10 years now. I’m 33 now I quit for 1 year by vaping. It’s an addiction that is very hard to battle. I pray that God gives you strength, and the spirit lifts you up. Thank you for sharing this, hopefully as I dwell on it my eyes will open up and maybe in will have more strength and courage to battle this addiction.

  48. I quit in Feb 2009 after years of chewing a can per day. I feared cancer everyday and still do but know I have decreased my odds.

  49. We can help! Check our web site on how to quit, it works and will improve your health!

  50. Dear Mr.Bobby,
    I see it has been awhile since your surgery. I pray that things are going well in your recovery. I don’t personally use smokeless tobacco but I do smoke cigarettes. I’m losing a lot of my teeth because of this. I’m only 39 years old. I pray that one day GOD takes the taste away from me and gives me the strength to quit. To me whenever someone like you has the strength to go public with a medical condition as severe a your it give me hope. That one day I’m going to be that strong to do the right thing. Cigarettes are just as bad! My kids are on me all the time to quit. And I tell them I can’t do it for them. I have to want to do it for myself. So God Bless you for giving me hope and I pray your recovery is coming along extremely well! Sincerely Tomera Kelly

  51. BazookaJoe here, I quit dipping 514 days ago and am still an active member of November 2014 Stone Cold Quitters. This site and others like it don’t guarantee that you will be successful either in your initial quit or staying quit down the road. That task belongs to YOU since you have to make a conscious decision to pack your lip with that shredded cancer or to log on every day and make a promise not to use nicotine in any form. These sites provide the brotherhood and accountability so all you have to do is provide the commitment.

  52. I,read this and threw away my Skoal.
    I have chewed/dipped tobacco for 30 plus years and this helped me make the decision in quitting I have God in my life and Pray for this to soon pass

  53. I have chewed for over 15 years and after reading your story I will never take another chew of tobacco. I pray that everything works out and you make a speedy recovery! Thank you for sharing your story it helped open my eyes for the first time. God bless you and have a wonderful day…

  54. Just don’t seem right saying you had back surgery as comparison to his surgery and pain..sorry but I had 4 total hip replacements, knee surgery, spleen removed due to Harley wreck, total thyroid removed, and as arthritis swarms my body, next month I will have a ruptured disc removed from my back..But I would never compare this to the pain of him with cancer, wondering if he will live, also suffer deformity… I’m sorry i just don’t think yourI back pain/surgery can even begin to someone’s pain that is Life threatening…

  55. PLEASE check into Young Living Essential Oils–many are so good for this kind of situation. If you want more info, e-mail me at I’ll be praying!

  56. Prayers for you! Thank you for sharing your story. I hope it helps people make the decision of good health .

  57. I’m praying for you. I’m 50 and have been chewing since I was 7 I chew up to two cans a day. I’ve tried to stop many time but to tell you the truth I get scared that I might get cancer if I stop. I know stupid. This crap has a strong hold on me. Anyways I just got married in April to the love of my life. Does anyone know a way I can fight this hell, any help would be helpful. Email me if you want. I’m a disabled vet. Thanks all.

  58. My husband dipped Copenhagen for years and one day I seen a story similar to your Bobby , I showed it to my husband and he quit dipping , he has been quit for about 15 years now . I’m praying for you to have a complete speedy recovery . God Bless You !!!

  59. God Bless 🙏🏼

  60. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. Thank you for sharing your story.

  61. God bless your loving ,caring attitude. You could have done the bitter route but you didn’t. I hope Bobby calls you.

  62. My husband had to deal with losing all his teeth and getting false ones at the age of 38. Prayers for ur family and have a blessed New Year.

  63. Thanks so much for sharing your journey. It helps me with a family member. Grateful.

  64. Wow, I just want to say you are a very strong man and I’m glad to hear you bet this thing. Always stay strong!

  65. Wow, I will pray for you and I’m really glad you shared this with the world. Let’s hope and pray people that dip will learn from this post. I believe in the power of God,and I know he will pull you through a long but successful road. Stay strong and God bless!

  66. I’m a girl yes and I am 17 years old I’ve been using this since I was almost 14, I thought about quitting but still haven’t after reading your story I’m determined to stop… My older brother is about to be 20 and he’s done it since he was 16 my younger brother has done it since he is 9 and he’s not 16

  67. Gosh i hate to be contrary but a chewers chance of getting mouth cancer is 7%. Do you know what a non chewers chance of getting mouth cancer is? 7%

  68. I would love an update on this story.
    I’m a former dipper. Been off the spit bottle for 18 months. Started dipping at 15 and quit after 30 years. To be honest quit cold turkey. No withdrawals or any such issues as that. I know the only I had no withdrawals was because I put it all on God’s shoulders. I’m a student ministry leader at my church and I took my last dip the night before we left for student camp July 17, 2014. And I’ve not picked up a can since!

  69. I wish someone I loved would stop. He has been dipping since he was a teenager, he’s now forty-five. I don’t push him on it, but it scares me to death. I lost my father to cancer when I was eighteen, he was only forty-two. You would think he would understand my fear.

  70. My husband died after having half of his jaw taken and his teeth removed going thru radiation and chemo. Thought he beat it and he started having headaches and his eye started drooping. It was fast growing and right into his brain. He died 2 months after losing his ability to walk or talk. Sadess time in my life and my children. We had been married for 47 years.

  71. My prayers for you and your family.

  72. Prayers for Bobby and a speedy recovery,My Mother is going to her first oncologist appointment today shes 82.

  73. Prayers for you and your family.

  74. WOW!! You are blessed to have found that before it was too late!! I’m so sorry that you have to go through this!! You will be in my prayers daily 🙏🙏 I sure hope we get an update when you’re all healed up! All things are possible through our Father!! Maybe his plan for you is to spread the word of this unfortunate event. It could scare people into never chewing tobacco?? I’m a woman so I don’t do dip, but I do smoke and you have me scared to death!! Praying for a speedy recovery and being comfortable during your recovery!! Watch those pain meds, they are highly addictive!!!

  75. Thoughts and prayers to Bobby and his family and a speedy cancer free recovery…

    I myself turn 29 in a few days and have been a user since 10 if not younger. . .I have two kids 7 and 4. . .I quit chewing carrying the two of them of course, but other than that was new relationships…then I would pick it up again 🙁

    But after seeing this I am hoping to be able to put the stuff down and never pick it up again…I’ve recently been going through some stomach problems, done a bunch of tests that came back clear thank goodness…so far docs are putting my stomach problems to stress.

    Anyway once again thank you for sharing and I look forward to putting the stuff down again and for good this time.

    Thoughts and prayers out to Bobby and family and friends and any in need.

  76. That’s awesome, proud of you!!!

  77. Prayers for you Bobby! Hope everything goes ok for you.

  78. Wow thanks I’m a tobacco user 2 for a long long time myself I’m thinking about quiting myself after what u going thru man hope everything goes well for u and god bless and thanks again for the heads up

  79. My son died 5 1/2 years ago, leaving 10 & 5 year old daughters, at the age of 37. Have your son in law go to Power the Cure and read Jason’s story. I pray your family doesn’t have to go through what ours has.

  80. I quit dipping 2 weeks ago because of this story, and feeling like a I was a slave to it. I appreciate you sharing this story. I wish you all the best.

  81. Sending prayers and good thoughts.

  82. Praying for you Bobby. I can’t even begin to imagine your pain. My husband has been dipping for 24 years now. I am scared to death that one day he will have to face this terrible life changing thing we call cancer. I pray everyday that he can be strong enough to quit. Thank you for sharing your story. Praying you have a speedy and full recovery. God bless you!!

  83. Prayers for you and your Bobby, my father had almost the same type of surgery from smoking and Agent Orange. Took a toll on him for sure, he passed at the age of 59.
    So glad I quit smoking 20 years ago.

  84. I cannot imagine your pain. I had a very successful spinal surgery…all I had to do was be in the hospital for six days …and recovery was about six months….of not lifting anything over ten pounds…including mu daughter…not sweeping…being just very careful. This was the most horrendous pain I have ever imagined.

    What you are going through….i can barely stand yo think of it. The very strong pain meds they gave me after surgery….did little to even dull the pain. I hope you will be sedated to some point.

    So hard. I’m sorry you have to do this. Remember its a healing pain. It wont hurt any less…but I hope it makes you stronger.

    Prayers to you and your family.

  85. Thank you for sharing this. My 34 year old son in law uses smokeless tobacco. He has for a very long time. He and my daughter have given me 3 beautiful grandchildren. I have shared your post to them and hoping he will stop using this stuff. I don’t want them to have to go through what you are. My prayers are with you for healing and a speedy recovery. God bless you and your family.

  86. I don’t know uou Bobby is but I pray this goes viral and those who dip or what ever they want to call it QUIT!!!!
    God Bless you with strength and courage to face the months ahead! We pray total Miraculous healing in Jesus name…

  87. Bobby, I respect your courage to share what you are going through. Please consider learning sign language. Not only for your post surgery needs but even when you don’t need it for yourself. Sign language is a beautiful language, and will open another whole world for you! Blessings.

  88. Praying for you and your family that you have a full cancer free recovery.

  89. Bobby — It is a privilege to pray for your physical recovery and your walk with God to be closer. Gonna sign up to keep up with you.

  90. If you have a trach, ask for a speech consult for a Passy Muir valve (or speaking valve.) you may be able to use that in the meantime.

  91. praying for healing and minimum pain. Bless you on your road to recovery.

  92. Hope you are recovering well God Bless you

  93. I went through this same exact surgery a little over 11 years ago at UCLA Medical Center. The doctors that performed the surgery were the inventors of the procedure. At the time, I was given 3 – 5 years to live. I have no teeth. Because of all the radiation therapy (that saved my life), my larynx was burnt, so I talk like Cookie Monster. I lost about half of my tongue. I was told I would never eat solid foods again. It was from prognosis, but I refused to let this get to me. I still have no teeth, but eat most anything, including steak, etc., but have to cut everything into very small pieces and use sour cream as a food lube oil to aid in swallowing. I am happy, healthy and extremely grateful for my life today. Keep a positive attitude, and get well. It is a hard road, but you can get through this ordeal. If you ever want to talk, please give me a text or a call. I have a lot of tips to help you along the path to recovery. Godspeed, my friend.

  94. Prayers for you Bobby . Things will get better . May God , help you through this journey in your life.

  95. Praying for Bobby and all family and friends. Thank you so much for sharing your story. Most people think well it won’t happen to me. Well it can and does happen to anyone. Hopefully this encourages them to give it up. So sorry Bobby is having to suffer through all the pain. Please keep us posted.

  96. Thank you for sharing what you are going thru after using smokeless tabacco. I hope you have a speedy and great recovery! Keep us all updated if you would like to continue to share your journey with us.

  97. Praying for Bobby healing and hopefully More people will stop dipping and understand what this does to just not the person with cancer from smokeless tobacco. It effects your whole family.
    God Bless You as teach others Bobby

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