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It is with heavy hearts that we have to say goodbye to our dear friend and brother, Dr Rashid Buttar.
Rashid Buttar attended Washington University and graduated with a double major in Biology and Theology. He then went on to earn a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa.
Dr Buttar was a retired Major in the US Army. He served with the 5th Special Forces group and the 101st Airborne Division.
We first spent time with him as a family in 2010 when we lived in Panama, Central America. Charlene was pregnant with Charity, our 4th child. He brought Debbie and his son, Rahan with him to meet us.
Our families immediately clicked and became fast friends. We were so closely aligned with one another in our missions to save lives, and then through the years, we added to that work another big goal: Saving America for our children and future generations from political and medical tyranny.
We had the pleasure of giving Rashid a TTAC Lifetime Achievement Award for Innovator in Advanced Medicine & Detox at our first TTAC Black Tie, Charity / Awards Gala in December, 2015 in Nashville TN. His wife, Debbie, and son, were with him. Rahan (his son) stood with him as he received his award. It was a touching moment for everyone as Rashid looked down at his award and reflected on his life work along with his son.
The day after the Gala, we bus our guests from the Gaylord Opryland hotel to our home where we enjoy a nice lunch party for everyone in our home. We captured a special moment with Rashid and Charlene along with his beautiful wife, Debbie, in our living room in 2015 (pictured below). We have so many good memories with him. We have consistently worked very hard to save lives. It was intimate moments like these when we were able to come together in person and encourage one another, just laugh or cry together, which gave us the needed fuel and kept us moving forward with strength to continue the fight for life and humanity.
Ty and our film crew interviewed Rashid in Texas. This is a big part of our docu-series “The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest” which reached millions of people around the world. This series was filled with life-saving information about cancer including powerfully advanced protocols to heal the body of disease. Dr Buttar was a leader in the world of “Advanced Medicine” which led to healing countless people who had cancer and also contributed to the reversing of many suffering with vaccine injuries.
For those who knew Rashid, he was bigger than life. When he walked into a room, the party was elevated to a new level of laughter, joy, and fun. He was a complete ham and life of the party.
Rashid was usually front and center with both Ty and Charlene at all our parties. He made us laugh.
Rashid’s stage presence was powerful. He had powerful and effective solutions to our health problems. He healed countless people, both young and old and every age in between.
He was the life and spice of all our panels and discussions on and off stage with “The Experts”.
Rashid was a leader among leaders – standing tall amongst the best of them.
Rahsid, we love you. We miss you. We are thankful for all the fun, serious, sad, and happy memories we have had the joy of making with you. You live on through your 3 beautiful children, Sara, Abie, and Rahan, who you leave behind. We’ll do the best we can to make you proud of us, and of them. We’ll continue to do the best we can to continue the good work we began together, many years ago.
In Loving Memory,
Ty and Charlene Bollinger
PS. Many of you have reached out to us asking what happened. All we can say is that we have been in communication with Rashid’s family and they have asked for privacy in this matter. Thank you for respecting their wishes during this difficult time for them as we all say goodbye to Rashid.
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