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Thomas Robinson thanks KU fans, well-wishers;
01/29/2011

Dear All,

I have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support that has been shown to me and my family over the past few weeks and especially this past week. I don’t know if I could have made it through the week without the support of my teammates, coaches, administration, KU and all the fans. As much as I would like to thank everyone individually, there have been so many cards, e-mails, texts, tweets and people on Facebook that it would be impossible. Trust me, knowing that people care so much for me and my family is helping us get through these tough times.

Though Washington, D.C., and Lawrence are many miles apart, the outreach from all across the nation has been incredible. I appreciate all the offers of support and cannot express how much it means to me to be a Jayhawk and part of this family.

My main concern is for my sister. Jayla is currently with her father in Washington, D.C. It would be comforting for my mother to know Jayla went to college and that is why we set up mom’s scholarship fund. Information on how to contribute to the Lisa Robinson Scholarship Fund is below.

Again, I cannot thank you enough for the thoughts, prayers and support you have shown me, Jamah (step-brother) and Jayla. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

God Bless!

Thomas Robinson

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