He is a man of great character and such a unique doctor and person in so many ways. He takes time to see you no matter how busy he may be.
Awhile back during the ice storm, he went to his office, "alone", and called all his patients to reschedule their appointment himself, so they would not endanger themselves on the roads.
A year ago last December he saved my husbands life. A horrible catastrophe took place and it was really grim there for awhile. Without his determination, strong will and dedicated heart our children would be without their father. Our grandchildren would be without their Papa and I would have lost the love of my life.
Dr. Thyen, you will be terribly missed. You ARE the only doctor my husband has had or ever had complete faith in. He actually listened to you and believed in you. Thank you for being such a wonderful doctor. We will be forever grateful to you and we will miss you and your welcoming smile.
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