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Retiree Roundup
April 13, 2017

   
 
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Retiree Round Up
April 13, 2017

Al Lotz (3-08-17rh) We visited with Al today and found that he had suffered three TIA STROKES and was hospitalized for several days.  He is now home recovering and will be having several other tests regarding blockage of arteries.  Al has been training for this year's MS-150, which he has participated in for numerous years.   He is so bummed that chances are he won't be ready to ride in the years ride from Houston to Austin, but he does realize how lucky he is that this happened now rather than on a training ride. He is so blessed.  His
heart doctor said he should be back on his bicycle, in the gym, and playing golf in approximately 3 months.  Al says with God's blessing he will.  Please keep Al and his family in your prayers.   

Forrest Turbeville:(3-28-17 nf) Forrest underwent out patient surgery this morning to remove cancerous tissue on the left side of his nose. Surgeon was confident that all effected tissue was removed and he was home by 10AM and now resting with some minor pain. On April 4th, he will return to have stitches removed and another smaller site on his forehead will be removed. Keep Forrest and Sue in your daily prayers.

J. Wiley Douglas:(3-31-17 nf) M.D. Beale reports that Wiley evidently suffered a stroke Wed. evening and is paralyzed on his right side. He was transported to North Cypress Hospital E.R. at Hwy 290 & Huffmiester and was later admitted. On 4-8 his wife Jean reported that he had been moved to rehab and was undergoing therapy, but was moved back to the hospital for additional test, which indicated that there was not another stroke or additional brain damage.  Beale spoke with Wiley briefly and he stated that he spoke clearly, understood everything, but was very weak. Jean stated that he might go back to the rehab center next week if they don’t find anything else wrong.  She said that right now she has plenty of help from her church and kids, but really appreciates all the prayer support she can get.

 
Jerald "Jerry" Liles:(4-1-17 nf)  Wife, Carrie, reports that Jerry had to go back to hospital with urinary tract infection but was released and now back at the rehab center getting back on schedule and improving. Gets up and sits in a wheelchair where he does his therapy and can feed himself. He is paralyzed on his left side. Continue to pray for Jerry.  

Chuck Smith:(4-1-17 nf) We visited with Chuck today by phone as he recovers from hip replacement surgery. He is going to therapy 3 days a week, has no pain and his diabetes is under control. Give him a call 936-544-6557 and keep him in your prayers.

Harold Hannah:(4-8-17 nf) Hannah was admitted to St. Lukes Hospital E.R., Woodlands Friday afternoon. Info is limited as to cause for admittance. Will update as we gather more info today but keep Harold in your prayers throughout the weekend.


DEATHS DURING THE MONTHS OF  MARCH & APRIL 2017

DONALD I. BAKER (MEMBER), MARCH 4, 2017

JAMES L. BYRD, MARCH 6, 2017

JERRY W. CARPENTER (MEMBER), MARCH 8, 2017

JERRY B. ROBBINS, MARCH 11, 2017 

CHARLES M. LEONARD (MEMBER),  MARCH 15, 2017

TRANG T. NGUYEN, MARCH 31, 2017

ROLAND H. (SANDY) BIELSTEIN (MEMBER), APRIL 2, 2017   

 
 
OUR FATHER KNOWS WHAT YOU NEED BEFORE YOU ASK HIM – Matthew 6:8 niv
THERE ISN’T A CERTAIN TIME WE SHOULD SET ASIDE TO TALK WITH GOD – GOD IS PART OF OUR EVERY WAKING MOMENT …marva Collins
EVERY DAY HOLDS THE POSSIBILITY OF A MIRACLE…anom 


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