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March 2018

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Doug Bostock:(3-1-18 nf)  Dougwas admitted to North Cypress Hospital on 2-28 after having a loss of balance, direction, and heaviness of legs. He was released from the hospital today and reported that he was feeling better. They were still reviewing hospital test and exams to determine the cause of symptoms that sent him to hospital. Keep Doug in your prayers.

 Forrest Turbeville:(3-2-18 nf) Forrest underwent dissection of his right eye at Methodist Hospital, Med Center today. Surgery lasted 40 minutes, 2 -3 hours in recovery and he was released and is now in recovery at home. The eyelids are stitched shut and he will wear a patch over the eye for 1 week. He thanks all for their prayers, calls and well wishes and ask for continued prayers for continued healing  Tony Vento:(3-3-18 nf) Nelson Zoch reported on 2-28 that Tony suffered a heart attack and was admitted for the hospital and was found to have major blockages. He had 4 stents placed in one artery and has an irregular heart beat which will addressed in the near future. He was released from the hospital and is now at home recovering. The assessment of damage to his heart will be revealed to him at his next appointment. Continue to lift up your prayers for Tony.

 Jim Hudson (3-4-18rh): Jim was released to return home on Friday(3-2) after being in hospitals, skilled nursing, or rehab centers since May of last year. He has endured numerous surgeries and tremendous pain, but it appears he may finally be on the way to recovery. He still cannot walk, but is able to stand briefly with assistance.  He is receiving in-home therapy and is making progress.  He is extremely happy to finally be home. Please give Jim a call and keep him and his wife Randi in your prayers. His number is 281-610-1236.

 Ron Wizinsky: (Deceased)( 3-7-18rh) Ron suffered a stroke several weeks ago and was hospitalized. Mike McDonald advised us today that Ron had developed complications which included blood clots and pneumonia. Physicians have advised there was no other medical options for Ron and  they recommended that Ron be moved from the hospital to their home and placed under hospice care.  He will be moved to his home later this afternoon. Please keep Ron, his wife Elizabeth, and their family in your prayers

J. Wiley Douglass:(3-16-18 nf) Wife, Jean, reports that Wiley fell at home last Thursday & sustained a bump on his head, transported to hospital where he was admitted. He was later transferred to HealthSouth Rehab Center, 13031 Wortham Center Dr, off FM 1960 & 290 where he will likely rehab for a couple of weeks. Keep him in your daily prayers.



March 2018

James T. Wilson,  March 3, 2018

Ron Wizinski (Member), March 17, 2018

"May your faith be greater than your fear"

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