SADDLEBAG SUNSHINE REPORT
October 17, 2011
Steve Gillies of Royal Coachman had double bypass surgery on September 20th. He is home and doing very well. Cards may be sent to the Canadian address in the directory. Postage is $.75 .
Thomas (Hughie) Coleman fell and broke his hip and ankle. Cards may be sent to the northern address in the directory.
Pat Turner fell down the stairs at her home and broke her nose. She will have to see her doctor to have the nose reset. Pat also had multiple bruises from the fall. She's up and out and doing well, all things considered. Cards may be sent to the local address in the directory.
Donna Loudenbeck has successful carotid surgery. Cards may be sent to the northern address in the directory.
Bruce Robinson, one of our new security guards had a massive heart attack at the Administration building Friday night. Pat Woodruff, who was training Bruce acted immediately and was credited with saving Bruce's life by giving him CPR until paramedics arrived. Bruce is in ICU at Lake Wales Medical Center. He is in an induced coma and the doctors will gradually wean him off the medication. The breathing tube will be removed and he will be monitored to see see how well he can breathe on his own. Doctors may insert a pace maker with a defibrillator to help Bruce. Cards may be sent to him at Janet Robinson's address in the directory. She is Bruce's mom.
Howard Montgomery, also a security guard, had back surgery a few weeks ago. He came home, but was not doing too well. He fell and broke his pelvis and is now back at Lake Wales Medical Center's ICU unit. Howard is heavily sedated. Anyone who would like to send a card to Howard should stop at the office. Shane is having labels printed up with his address.
Please remember our Saddlebag friends prayers, with cards and .phone calls
Lois Lapsley Saddlebag Sunshine Lady 696-1111 - email: RDL@slrmail.com