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Family Assistance Update
May 2019

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Keith Gordon (5-21-19 rh): UPDATED (5-24-2019) We received information from Lynn, Keith’s wife, that Keith had developed a serious problem with blood flow to his leg.  A couple of days ago Keith was in surgery for seven hours, replacing and repairing veins.   We spoke with him this morning and he sounded strong, but stated he had some serious soreness. Keith was at St. Luke’s Hospital, but is now at home.  Call him at home his phone number is (936) 228-5011.  He would enjoy hearing from old friends, please give him a call and keep him and Lynn in your prayers.   

Jim Hudson (5-17-19 rh): A few weeks ago Jim had knee replacement surgery. His recovery has been difficult due to his already weakened condition as a result of spending most of last year in and out of hospitals and rehab centers due a broken hip, femur, and infections.   Jim is now at Vosswood Nursing Center, 815 S. Voss, Houston, 77057. Jim appreciates visitors and phone calls. His number is 281-610-1236. 

Don Weaver: Update  (5-16-19 nf) Don has been a patient at Memorial SW since 4-27 and today he will be released and moved to his home in Hospice care. His health continues to decline so let's lift Don, Dorothy and Donna up in our daily prayers as they share their precious time together at home. (5-12-19 nf)Wife,Dorothy reports that Don has remained at Memorial SW since 4-27after a fall at his home. The fall caused a bleed in the head which has effected his speech & ability to swallow food,  but is alert and knows what is going on and responds to questions by other means. He has developed pneumonia and this brings on severe coughing spells His overall condition is not good and Dorothy invites all to lift your daily prayers.ayers for Don. 
Sue Turbeville: UPDATE (5-16-2019) Forrest reports that Sue was moved from the hospital to the Grace Care Center, 11830 Northpointe near Tomball for rehabilitation to regain strength  in her legs and to improve her overall health. Keep Sue & Forrest in your daily prayers.   (5-6-19 nf) Forrest reports that Sue at Willowbrook Methodist, was moved to Room #6467 and where, this morning, she had a procedure to allow the fluid around the lung drain which may eliminate her repeat returns to the hospital. If all goes well, Sue may be released in 2-3 days. Continue to lift up your prayers for Sue and  (5-1-19 nf) Forrest reports that Sue was admitted to Willowbrook Hospital. CCU Room 3430 where fluid is being removed from around the lungs and a transfusion of one unit of blood. She has shown marked improvement with those procedures but is still on oxygen and being monitored closely. Forrest invites your continued prayers.

David Zaharis:DECEASED (5-1-19 nf) We visited with Debbie Zaharis by phone today and she reports that David's condition, in hospice for several weeks, is now very poor and it appears that his time is short. We lift up our prayers for David and Debbie that his time would be peaceful, pain free and comfortable and that she would be strong and courageous in these precious days with the love of her life.

"The way of life winds upward for the wise,that they may turn away from the hell below"    Proverbs 15:24

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