He loves his sons in law, he buys me teddy bears (and sterilizes them!) and coffee when I'm in hospital. We can ask him for ANYTHING and he will assist. He gives great advice, he puts us to shame with all his academic achievements (always a good example for us!).
Over the years he has enabled me to do IV antibiotics at home preventing weeks of hospital stays and doing a better job than most nurses would have. He has fought many battles with medical aid to ensure I get the best treatment, he as spent hours in ques at the Provincial Hospital in PE for meds for me. Flew with me to JHB to meet the transplant Dr and investigate this option in 2007. Ultimately he moved to Johannesburg for me and had to commute to PE to be with my mom over weekends for a few years so that I can be in JHB after transplant. Drove me to Pretoria for Photopheresis many times in 2013/2014. And I know he will ALWAYS be there in the future if any of us need him.
He loves my mom and their relationship has set such a good example for my sister and I to follow. We are sooo blessed and proud to have this man as a dad and role-model.