In 1976 Dr. Kaberle met his wife, Debbie Carlson, a singer with an all-girls group called the Honeybees. In 1989 Debbie was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer – diagnosed with only six months to live. To pay for an experimental chemotherapy treatment, Dr. Kaberle sold his beloved one-off collectible BAT9 for what was estimated to be over a million dollars, in hopes of saving his beloved Debbie. Well, that six months turned to one year. And then to two. And then to four years. But then she passed away.
Created Tuscan Green Color, there are cameras but no mirrors