SLR Koffee Klatch Newsletter
May 3, 2010
Coffee and donuts: Dick and Greta Dain
Master of Ceremonies: Chuck Seely
Sound: Dick Dain
Mildred Haines passed away last Monday, April 26th. Cards may be sent her daughter Carol at the local address in the directory.
John Crummy's step-mom passed away this past week. Cards may be sent to the local address in the directory.
Bill Purdy had a stent put in last Monday, April 26th for a heart problem. He will a second one done next week. Cards may be sent to the northern address in the directory.
Sally Hamilton had successful hip surgery in Maine. She is very well and will have rehab before going home. Cards may be sent to the northern address in the directory.
Aldine Benecke did not have surgery on her spine on Friday. The surgery is now scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, May 4th. The surgery entails more than originally thought as the spurs are on the inside of the spinal column. Cards may be sent to the northern address in the directory.
Merilyn Adler is coming along fairly well following admission to Lake Wales Medical Center with a collapsed lung. She hopes to be able to come home soon. Cards may be sent to the local address in the directory.
Marvin Osborne is doing a little better although he is still doctoring for pneumonia., Marvin and Helen want to thank the many Saddlebaggers who sent cards, offered prayers and called the house.
Sammy Siegfried is home following hospitalization for a fractured pelvis. She said she is doing very well. Cards are always a delight for Sammie. Her address is Bonaventure Place, Box 314, 5850 No. Five Mile Rd., Boise, Idaho, 83713.
Phyllis Hansel had colon surgery and section of the bowel was removed. Two small cancers were found and the doctors are in the process of finding what type of cancer it is and what to do about it. Cards may be sent to her at 1090 Langeais Dr., Marion, Ohio, 43302-6759.
Mary DeBoer's myloma is in remission, but the doctors don't know much about ameloid so Mary said it is the God's hands. Pete is home from the hospital in where he had been treated for a sinus infection that affected his eyes. Pete & Mary want to thank all their Saddlebag friends for the prayers, cards and visits during their illnesses.
Jim Ewing had a heart attack on the way home. There is no address in the directory for him, but I will check at the office for an address and report it next week.
Joan Hartshorn is doing much better following surgery to relieve scar tissue from the previous knee replacement surgery. She thanks the many Saddlebaggers for the prayers, cards and phone calls. She looks forward to returning to Saddlebag in the fall. Gordon plans to retire in November or December.
Please remember our Saddlebag friends with prayers, cards and phone calls.
Lois Lapsley - Saddlebag Sunshine Lady
696-1111 email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
And now for the Good News:
Birthdays: Merilyn Storm, Thursday
Anniversaries: Charlie and Terry Mounce
Leaving: A lot of people
New Owners: None
Our water level this morning is 100 feet and 3 ½ inches. Last Week our water level was 100 feet 4 ½ inches. Down 1 inch from last week.
Library: The library is open on Monday's right after Koffee Klatch.
Post Office: Effective this coming Saturday May 8. Summer hours are 9:30 to 10:30 AM.
Manager Report: Not much to report this morning, but Ken Spooner did answer a number of questions.
This Friday there will be a potluck in the Clubhouse. Happy Hour at 4PM, Dinner at 5PM.
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