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Family Assistance Update
December 2017

   
 
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Tom Bradshaw:(12-12-17 nf) Tom' son Ansel called to report that Tom was transported by ambulance from Crockett and  admitted to the hospital in Palestine, Tx yesterday suffering from afib, dehydration, low blood pressure and kidney issues. Staff was feeling more comfortable with Tom's condition this morning but he is still in serious condition. Continue to lift up your prayers for Tom.

David Massey:(12-12-17 nf)  Retired Capt. David Massey was injured in an auto/pedestrian  accident this past weekend in Dallas. He suffered a broken ankle and is now at home recovering. Keep David in your daily prayers.

Joe J. Rose (12-13-2917 hp)
Joe was having trouble getting around his family has him Brookdale Cypress, Assisted living at 1960/I-45. His cell phone number is 1-936-433-2524. If you call him tell him who you are and talk loud. He is having trouble id everyone. Joe and Blaylock  worked together in CID 1971-1975. He also worked Motors for awhile and extra at the dome. Good man. Henry Pressley

Steve Authier
:(12-12-17 nf) Ray Smith reports that Steve is a patient at St. Lukes, Med Center in ICU on a ventilator and is on the list for a liver and heart transplant. Obviously, in critical condition, please lift up your prayers for Steve.

Tom Bradshaw:(12-12-17 nf) Tom' son Ansel called to report that Tom was transported by ambulance from Crockett and  admitted to the hospital in Palestine, Tx yesterday suffering from afib, dehydration, low blood pressure and kidney issues. Staff was feeling more comfortable with Tom's condition this morning but he is still in serious condition. Continue to lift up your prayers for Tom.

David Massey:(12-12-17 nf)  Retired Capt. David Massey was injured in an auto/pedestrian  accident this past weekend in Dallas. He suffered a broken ankle and is now at home recovering. Keep David in your daily prayers.


Jim Hudson
(12-10-17rh)
We visited with Jim yesterday at La Hacienda Rehab and Nursing Center. Jim was in good spirits considering he has been in the hospital or a rehab center since May.  He is scheduled to for surgery Wednesday, December 13 at Methodist Hospital.  If no infection is found they will replace his hip, which was taken out months ago, and they will repair his broken femur.  Please lift up prayers for Jim and wife Randi. 

 
J. Wiley Douglass(12-9-17nf) We visited with J. Wiley by phone this evening and he reports that he is getting stronger as he has physical, occupational, and speech therapy each week at home. Jean reports that he is improving with each therapy session and hopefully they may get out to church tomorrow. Keep Wiley & Jean in your prayers.

Forrest Turbeville(12-10-17 nf) We visited with Forrest today and he reports that he developed an infection in his bad eye. A visit this week with the ophthalmologist brought some bad news. The infection at this point is in the rear of the eye with the danger of moving to the brain and it was his recommendation that the eye be removed.An appointment with a surgeon is the next step before any decision can be made. This is weighing heavy on Forrests' mind and he invites any and all prayers going forward.


Willie Osborn 
 (Update12-9-17 rh) Barbara Cotten advised Willie is being moved to the Kindred Hospital, the Heights, at 1800 W 26th, after undergoing triple bypass surgery the last week of November.  He will be there for approximately 3 weeks. At this time he is unable to talk on the phone or have visitors. The family has asked for your continued prayers.
 (11-27-2017rh) Barbara Cotton advised that she was notified that HPROA member, Willie Osborn, had triple bypass surgery at Memorial Herman Greater Houston (Heights at Ella and 610). He is currently in Cardiovascular ICU and is not doing well.  Please keep Willie and his family in your prayers.
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