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carole.jpgThe "alpha Infopeep," Carole Leita, who has been involved with Infopeople from the beginning and who is, in many people's minds, synonymous with Infopeople, is scheduled to have hip replacement surgery this Friday, November 12, at the UCSF Medical Center. Carole is one of our most popular instructors, and unfortunately the pain caused by the degeneration of her hip has caused her to cut back on her teaching schedule -- so we are glad that she is having this surgery and look forward to her being back on her feet and in teaching fettle in the not-too-distant future. (And I personally am looking forward to her being able to hike with me again.)
We are turning on the comments feature of this blog so that Carole's many fans can send her messages. If you want to send a snail mail card, she will be in the hospital at least five days, and cards should be addressed to her at:
UCSF Medical Center
505 Parnassus Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94143

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Best of luck, Carole! I'm sure you'll be up and at 'em in no time! We'll miss tyoiu and will do our best to maintain your high standards while you're out (which will probably be about two days, knowing you;-) Eileen

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Best of luck, Carole! I'm sure you'll be up and at 'em in no time! We'll miss tyoiu and will do our best to maintain your high standards while you're out (which will probably be about two days, knowing you;-) Eileen

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Carole, I'm really sorry to hear you won't be brightening up my CLA, but glad to know you'll soon be feeling no pain when you walk. I look forward to seeing you soon in a regenerated state. Gail

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I am sorry to hear that you have been in pain and need to go under the knife. Know that there are many people pulling for you. You are one of the icons of the library world, and we want you to be healthy and happy and back with us,leading us through the information jungle.

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Hope you are doing well, Carole. Can't wait for you to be back on your feet, pain free. I'm looking forward to seeing you at our next staff meeting!

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Dear Carole, we've had you in our hearts and minds for months as you await this great step toward pain-free movement. Pete's new hip is now so settled in that he can do anything. We're on your side as you work through the physical therapy after you get home. It's wonderful that you're getting the best care at UCSF too. Joe Barker