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Bobo's Death Stuns CFSA Workers

Sharlynn Bobo was 61 when she died Saturday from complications from pancreatic cancer. Staff writers Petula Dvorak and David Betancourt spoke with workers at the Child and Family Services Agency about the sudden loss of their former boss. Click here to read the story.

By Marcia Davis  |  January 27, 2009; 7:00 AM ET
 
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I am saddened by the death of this courageous woman. Her workers miss her no doubt because she treated tehm fairly and understood that they lacked the resources need to do their jobs adequately. She did not take the cheap way out and blame hardworking employees who are just as victimized by the city as the people they serve. Her family should be proud of what she gave to this city.

Posted by: uniondiva | January 27, 2009 9:26 PM | Report abuse

I am saddened by the death of this courageous woman. Her workers miss her no doubt because she treated them fairly and understood that they lacked the resources needed to do their jobs adequately. She did not take the cheap way out and blame hardworking employees who are just as victimized by the city as the people they serve. Her family should be proud of what she gave to this city.

Posted by: uniondiva | January 27, 2009 9:28 PM | Report abuse

May this woman rest in peace. She was in a very stressful position during her tenure at DCCFS. Mayor Adrian M. Fenty and the D.C. Council have to reap what they have sowed on this earth before "God".

As the economy worsens, there will be many U.S. citizens that will go into depression or have some mental health disorder. Here in Washington, D.C., Mayor Adrian M. Fenty and the D.C. Council have passed legislation to close the D.C. Department of Mental Health and contract it's services out to contractors. This is a big mistake and consumers will suffer in the end.

Brenda Martin, R.N.
Ward 4 Washington, D.C.

Posted by: BrendaMartin | January 28, 2009 2:40 AM | Report abuse

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