Ultimate Love (Hardcover)

A Life of Soul and Searching

In loving memory of Brandon Twigg (aka Emory Dale) “CHIP” Williamson, and to EVERYONE WHO HAS BEEN TOUCHED BY THIS TRAUMATIC ILLNESS.

Kitty Caley’s life was forever changed when her only child Chip was diagnosed with AIDS. Through her son’s long illness and eventual death, she was given a haunting insight into a disease that still remains misunderstood as the death toll continues to climb.

Kitty found an outlet for her grief in the writing of her experiences—and a way to reach out to help others. Participating in volunteer work in Dallas and Fort Worth for the AIDS Resource Center and AIDS Related Organizations. She also gives talks on AIDS.

$28.87

Read testimonials from people touched by Chip’s and Kitty’s story

Craig Hess

Flora Purvis performs a place entitled Mama’s Boy in which she tells of what it was like to have her son die of AIDS. At the break between shows, I am introduced to a woman

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Sherrie Mota

I really appreciated this book a lot. I am a super religious person and I felt that I should read it. It taught me a great deal of things–first and foremost, it taught me love.

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Jerry Lynn,

Founder of The Caring Friends Center in Dallas said: Kitty is one of the original volunteers and we keep her book available. “ULTIMATE LOVE: A Life of Soul & Searching” is both interesting and educational.

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Leroy Lowery

On the undertaking of reading “Ultimate Love” by Kitty Caley, this would not have been my next choice of books to read except for the fact that I know her personally and I was interested

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