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  • Joan Zimmerman has let us know that Alice Cauvel is in the hospital in Bradford, PA, in the coronary care unit.  She went in yesterday; please pray for her and also for Paul - both are in need of our thoughts as their health declines. Prayers of thanks for Marge Traxler.  Nancy Keiper said she hoped to be back at Legacy yesterday!  Praise God.  Prayer requests continuing  for Helen Wolters and Ron Rhodes.   Paul and Alice Cauvel, 195 Fullerton Rd., Derrick City, PA  16727-1213.

  • HELEN WOLTERS - Helen has been hospitalized since February 10th. She was admitted to Unity Hospital ICU with sepsis (septic shock) which turned out to be caused by a drug-resistant e-coli. She was put on a high powered antibiotic for 10 days which can only be administered in the hospital by IV. We are so happy that her treatment has been successful since the survival rate for septic shock is only 25%. She was transferred to St.Ann's Rehab facility Tuesday for about 2 weeks of rehab. We appreciate prayers for her complete recovery! Jerry Wolter

  • MARGE TRAXLER - Marge Traxler was taken to Rochester General with shortness of breath and heart issues. I believe at this writing she is still there. Prayers for her are welcome and also let's continue to pray for Ron Rhodes.

  • BRAD HENNIG -- Hi Greg! Hope all is well with you. Several people have requested an update on the SLI blog, so I thought I'd send you a note. I've been home from Strong since mid December and got to stay home for the holidays. Yay! I've started chemo treatments and it seems to be going well. It makes me sore for about 2 days afterwards, they tell me this is normal because it is attacking the cancer cells, and is a good indication that it is working. Pain is greatly reduced, and I am able to eat a little now. Prior to chemo I hadn't eaten any solid food in two months!  I am receiving nutrition & hydration via TPN through an intravenous PICC line, and this will continue as I am unable to eat or drink enough to sustain myself. I am in good spirits despite not having a good overall prognosis--the cancer is in my lower esophagus, 80% of my stomach, and in my small intestine. It is for all practical purposes inoperable, and therefore terminal. The oncologist says about a year life expectancy in stage 4, which is where I'm at. Feel free to use any or all of this info you'd like, and edit as necessary for the blog. Thanks for all you do, and god bless.  

 -Brad 












  • FRED WILSON -- Doug and Nancy Wilson left Sunday morning to join Doug's two brothers at his father's bedside in Virginia. Doug's father, Fred, is 96 years old and lives in Williamsburg, VA.
Doug texted, "My dad's cancer has advanced much more rapidly than expected, and he has decided to enter Hospice Care tomorrow [Friday]He is OK with this stepHe is grateful for the 96 years he has enjoyed. Thank you for your prayers. - Doug and Nancy" 
Thanks for all who are and will be praying for his family.    --RN

Editor's Note - Fred entered hospice care on Friday, January 6, 2017, 
and died on Sunday, January 8, 2017. The family remained there for Services. 









  • My sincerest appreciation to all of the friends both at Silver Lake and at the Perry UM Church who have been so kind and helpful during these winter days and particularly on the days when ice really became a problem for me. The grocery runs are also very much appreciated. Thank you each. --Greg Franklin













  • Joan Zimmerman has let us know that Alice Cauvel is in the hospital in Bradford, PA, in the coronary care unit.  She went in yesterday; please pray for her and also for Paul - both are in need of our thoughts as their health declines. Prayers of thanks for Marge Traxler.  Nancy Keiper said she hoped to be back at Legacy yesterday!  Praise God.  Prayer requests continuing  for Helen Wolters and Ron Rhodes. Paul and Alice Cauvel, 195 Fullerton Rd., Derrick City, PA  16727-1213.   
  • 2-24-17---Would you please pass along my request for prayers for my husband, Ron, diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis--on oxygen 24/7--He is a non-smoker and they don't know why. It is like (according to his doctor) like driving down a road with a clear windshield when suddenly a rock hits the windshield causing cracks and lines not previously present or like a spider's web look. There is no cure but God only know. [Request from Jacquie Rhodes]
  • Please keep the family of the Rev. Susan Nowicki in your prayers. Rev. Nowicki, 60, died on Friday, January 6, 2017. She had been on incapacity leave since 2002 and her last appointment was with the New Hope United Methodist Church in West Seneca. She also served several churches in the former Western New York Conference. Arrangements are incomplete, but a memorial service is planned for the late Spring in the Niagara Frontier District.
  • "The Father of (the Rev.) Doug Wilson, Fred Wilson, was gently lifted into the loving and eternal presence of God on Sunday, January 8th. At 96 he was very thankful for his full and happy life. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends, and we too are thankful for his life. A service of remembrance will be held on Sunday, January 15, in Williamsburg, VA, where Fred lived. Please keep Doug and Nancy in your prayers."  Submitted by Faith Fellowship









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