She wanted to live, but she didn’t want to go to the doctors

She wanted to live, but she didn’t want to go to the doctors
She wanted to live, but she didn’t want to go to the doctors
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Businessman Guntis Gadzāns, who lives in Rauna every day and restores the inherited rural property, became friends with Dina after a random correspondence on social networks. Already on the first night together with his friend, he had brought red roses to the millionaire. They met more and more often, Guntis had recently become Dina’s constant companion at events and a reliable friend.

Recalling the events of the fateful day, Guntis said: “It was the only evening when she was alone… I had visited Dina during the day, then she had a family party, but we still called at two in the morning, wished each other good night.

On Friday morning, I called Dina because we had agreed to go to dinner, but she didn’t answer… After a while, my daughter Kristine called me and said – mom is gone,” said Gadzāns.

The businessman emphasizes that recently Dina felt loved and cared for, she missed such a feeling all her life.

“She always reminded us that tomorrow is not promised to anyone, we have to live for today, because we can never know what and how. She wanted to live, but she didn’t want to go to the doctors,” says Guntis, adding that he had noticed that Dina sometimes felt weak a moment.

“She lived to the fullest and also advised others not to deny themselves anything. She invited everyone to accept everyone as they are, and to find something good in everyone, to say it and highlight it. Always. Many could learn from her how to live and how to value others ,” says Guntis.

“Apollo.lv” already reported that Zuzānes’ death was announced by her ex-husband Jānis Zuzāns.

Zuzāns thought that the cause of death could be a blood clot. “Sudden death…” said Zuzāns sadly.

Read more in the October 4 issue of “Privatā Dzīve” publication.

The article is in Latvian

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