Newsletter - Retiree Rounduphttps://hproa.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=Retiree Roundupen-us2020-04-07T05:10:52.7650761-05:00Retiree Rounduphttps://hproa.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=Retiree Roundup&newsletterid=72644/1/2020 7:27:26 PM<div><br></div><div>Lisa Kennedy: (3-1-20rh) Lisa, wife of Chuck Kennedy, has been fighting cancer for approximately two years.&nbsp; She received her last chemo treatment in November and since then scans and test have shown her cancer to be under control with medication.Retiree Rounduphttps://hproa.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=Retiree Roundup&newsletterid=72403/1/2020 3:38:14 PM<div>Nelson Foehner:(2-8-20) Foehner reports that on 2-5-20 he finished his 6 round course of Chemo therapy that started around Oct. 1st..Retiree Rounduphttps://hproa.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=Retiree Roundup&newsletterid=72172/1/2020 9:21:17 AM<p style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-size: 1em;">Sal Gambino:(1-3-20 nf) Pat reports this afternoon thatSal's health is declining and visits are limited to family.&nbsp; We welcomeyour prayers.Retiree Rounduphttps://hproa.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=Retiree Roundup&newsletterid=71941/1/2020 6:56:42 PM<div>Nelson Foehner:(12-2-19) Foehner reports that a recent PET scan revealed that except for an area of the upper right arm and shoulder, all other earlier areas of involved and affected tissue have substantially or totally been resolved by chemo therapy. We will continue with three more treatments after which another PET scan will be scheduled.Retiree Rounduphttps://hproa.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=Retiree Roundup&newsletterid=717512/3/2019 8:49:37 AM<p class="MsoNormal">&nbsp;Nelson Foehner &nbsp;(11-3-19) Foehnerreports that he is currently&nbsp; in between chemo treatments which is a 7-8hour IV drip of 4 different medications every 3 weeks. After his next treatmenton 11-3, they will do a pet scan to see if progress is being made.Retiree Rounduphttps://hproa.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=Retiree Roundup&newsletterid=715211/1/2019 12:00:00 AM<div>Doug Bostock: (10-2-19 nf) Doug was released from the hospital this afternoon and is now at home recovering with 2 weeks of oral medications of heavy duty antibiotics that should eliminate the infection in his leg. Continue to lift up those prayers for Doug's full recovery.</div><div><br></div><div></div><div>David Sheetz: (10-7-19 nf) We visited with David via phone and he advised that on 10-1-19 he had knee replacement surgery which did not go as expected.FAC Rounduphttps://hproa.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=Retiree Roundup&newsletterid=712510/1/2019 10:13:46 AM<div style="text-align: center;"><b>FAC Round Up</b></div><div style="text-align: center;"><b>September</b></div><div><br></div><div><b>Ed Whitehead</b>: (9-1-19 nf) In August Ed underwent heart valve replacement. Patsy reports that Ed is now a patient at Methodist in the Woodlands being treated for pneumonia and possible heart failure.Retiree Rounduphttps://hproa.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=Retiree Roundup&newsletterid=71028/31/2019 9:35:27 AM<div><b>Doug Bostock:</b> (8-2-2019rh) Doug was scheduled to be released Encompass Rehab Center today, but instead was readmitted to the hospital.&nbsp; He has developed a serious infection in his blood which will require a port.