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2020 TLC

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2020 News of Members and Their Families

2/21/2020: Great news from Kathy Dinwoodie!: "I’m back from my follow up visit with the surgeon in Little Rock and things couldn’t have gone better! The tumor is gone! My pituitary gland has not totally woken up from being squashed for so long so I will need to find an Endocrinologist to help with that. All of my peripheral vision is back! My test was perfect! Dr. Sines at BoozmanHof couldn't believe it! I’m released to do all activities as I am comfortable. With all the therapy I have been doing, I’m ready! Should be good to go for the golf season! Look forward to seeing everyone at Rules for Tools and the Spring Brunch! Thank you again dear friends for all your prayers and concerns!
Love you all!

2/11/2020: From Peggy Crabtree: "Russ, my good husband of 60 years, passed away last night at Jamestown Nursing Facility about 3 hours after I had left him.  He has been hospitalized or at Jamestown for the past 3 months.   We have shared a lot of love, laughter and challenges together.  I have lost my best friend and confidant, but there was no chance that he would get better and he was still relatively pain free. I am grateful for that. Peggy Crabtree"

Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers. Let's shower her with our love.

2/2/2020: From Barb Carlson: "I would like to thank you for your cards, text messages and phone calls in the loss of my sister. It means a lot to me. Blessings, Barb Carlson"

1/27/2020: A note from Kathy Dinwoodie: "A big and loving THANK YOU for the wonderful and encouraging cards during my surgery and relapse back into ICU. It truly was a blessing to hear from all of you! The cards are are still on my mantle to remind me of what a caring group of women the WGC is! I am on the road to recovery, getting stronger every day. I plan to be ready for golf when the season starts in April. It's all good!"

1/24/2020: Ellen Shelley is recovering from rotator cuff surgery. It was more extensive than they thought, but she’s doing well; not sure how long she’ll be rehabilitating. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers. Cards would be appreciated.

1/24/2020: Barb Carlson's sister passed away today. She is on her way to Arizona, but did not make it in time to see her. Please keep her and her family in your thoughts and prayers.

1/17/2020: Kathy is home from the hospital and resting comfortably. It'll likely be a few days before she is fully 'with it', but she's headed in the right direction and much more comfortable at home than in 'jail'. Thanks to all of you for your continued prayers and support. They are very much appreciated by us both! Jim (24 Villas Way, Bella Vista, AR 72715)

1/16/2020: Gayle Watson is resting at home following an emergency heart catheterization procedure and the successful placement of two stents on 1/13/20. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers. Cards would be appreciated.

1/15/2020: "Wanted to let you all know that Kathy is in the ICU at Mercy in Rogers. She was admitted last night and is being treated for an electrolyte imbalance, probably related to last week’s pituitary surgery. She will likely be in ‘jail’ for a few days so your continued thoughts and prayers are very much appreciated. She’s in good hands and going in the right direction. It’s been a tough week for Special K but she’s surrounded by love and hugs. Thanks!" Jim

1/10/2020: Kathy is home and recovering! PTL! Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers. Cards would be welcomed.

1/8/2020: Update from Jim on Kathy"As of today at noon, Kathy’s doing great with no apparent complications from surgery.  In fact, it looks as though she may even be discharged tomorrow (a day earlier than we anticipated) which would allow us to get back home before the bad weather hits. Assuming all continues to go well, she’ll just feel like she’s got a bad head cold for the next couple of weeks. Our son and daughter will both be there for a few days to play nurse. Thanks again to all of you for your thoughts and prayers. Things could not have gone much better than they have to this point."

1/7/2020: Kathy Dinwoodie had a very successful surgery this morning. The procedure went well and the tumor was benign as expected. She will likely be in Little Rock for a few more days before being released. Jim says, "Thanks to all of you for your prayers and well wishes. They mean a lot!"