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Retiree Roundup
March 9, 2017

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Ernest Leal:(2-18-17 nf) Dee Leal reports that Ernest was moved to Health South at 13031 Wortham Center Dr, FM 1960 at Hwy 90 area yesterday for a period of rehab. A good sign things are getting better. Pray for Ernest.

Chuck Smith:(2-18-17 nf) We visited with Chuck by phone on 2-16-17 and he is in a better frame of mind since getting out of rehab and back home in Ingram where Dot can give him lots of TLC. He is recovering nicely without the pain. Lift up prayers for Chuck.

Harold Hanna:(2-18-17 nf)  We have received reliable reports that Harold is at home after a rigorous course of chemo and most recent tests reveal he is now cancer free. We rejoice with Harold and wife "Duke" and continue to pray for their well being.

Jerry Liles:(2-26-17rh) We received information from one our Hill Country members that Jerry Liles had a stroke on February 17th and was in Methodist Stone Oak Hospital, 1139 E. Sonterra Blvd., in San Antonio.  The left side of his body was paralyzed. On 3-4 we visited by phone with Jerry's wife, Cary, and she reported that Jerry was moved from Stone Oak Hospital to the Sonterra Health Center, 18514 Sonterra Blvd, San Antonio where he is will rehab Mon-Fri. He is improving each day. He is eating well but having a little trouble swallowing. Keep Jerry in your prayers

Donald I. Baker:(2-27-17 nf) We visited with Don's wife, Janet, by phone and she reports that Don is in hospice care with vital signs failing. Janet said that he had been in bed since Nov. 23 and his physicians have said his time is short. Please pray for Don and his family.

"Chuck" Leonard:(2-25-17 nf) We visited this evening with Chuck at his home where he is in hospice care. Chuck has congestive heart failure with failing liver and kidneys. He has fluid buildup around the lungs and is on oxygen support. His doctor has given him about 6 months to live. Please keep Chuck in your daily prayers.




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