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On February 14th, Staci Frisk’s mom and dad received a chilling phone call from Eskenazi Hospital asking them to get to the hospital quickly! Their youngest daughter, Staci, age 31, became an innocent victim, when the car she was a passenger in was fired upon nine times. Three of those gun shots hit Staci, leaving her fighting for her life!

Although Staci suffered many injuries, the most devastating was a bullet to her spinal cord leaving her paralyzed from the chest down. After two months in the hospital, Staci was transferred to acute rehab, where she is working hard to regain some use of her right arm and hand. Before her injuries, Staci was active with her sons; riding bikes, reading books and playing at the park. Staci has always enjoyed writing poems and words of inspiration for family and friends. She feels blessed to have partial use of her hand and right arm and is determined that with hard work she will be able to return to her writing.

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May 7, 2016

Staci came home yesterday


May 7, 2016

I am so happy to see you with Brayden and looking so good! When I left you in February you were truly fighting for your life. We were all terrified. Your determination to live brought you this far. On the difficult days you will have going forward always remember the determination and hard work it took to get you to this point of being able to embrace your son again. We love you so much, stay strong. Grandpa and Grandma send their love to you as well.

Aunt Lori

May 7, 2016

Our prayers and hugs are with you, Staci and family. We love you and hope to see you soon! Love Aunt Jane from Catawissa ,PA

Jane Brobst

May 7, 2016

I just want too thank everyone for the encouraging words !! Thank you all so very much ❤

Anne Frisk

May 7, 2016

So saddened to hear the news of Staci. Staci and I met when we were in preschool/kindergarten and we were very close, we did everything together. I have so many memories of us and I will never forget our goofy friendship. Love you girl and I'm praying for you and your boys. I pray that the good Lord touches you with his healing hands and gets you at least comfortable to visit with family and friends during this difficult time. I pray for your parents' strength to help you with your everyday needs. Miss you and love you sweet Staci!

Brittany Ford (Durbin)