Karen Needs Our Help!
Karen Hope’s life was recently thrown into upheaval when she was hospitalized with cardiomyopathy. She has been diagnosed with end stage heart failure, and a heart transplant is her only hope for survival. Karen’s surgeon hopes to find the perfect match for her soon, but she needs our help. The cost of a transplant can be overwhelming.
April 9, 2018
It’s been one year since my transplant, so hard to believe! I want to thank everyone for their love and prayers, and the support I have received through this entire process.
I gradually came back to full-time work last Fall. I still work, in part, from home. but it was great to be “mask-free” on Easter Sunday!
God bless all of you! And as always, please pray for my donor and family.
June 28, 2017
Karen wants everyone to know how well she’s doing! She was able to attend the concert — this is huge! When we first planned it, we thought we might try to stream to her hospital room. She sure has surprised us all with her amazing progress! She is working from home, she attends Mass, continues to go to staff meetings, and is able to spend more time on her feet. Her heart biopsies have all been good; her body is accepting the heart. We are so happy to hear such good news and can’t wait to have her back on the piano on Sundays!
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July 25, 2017
Karen, Continued prayers from our family to you & yours.
The Griffin Family
July 14, 2017
Dear Karen, Our family continues to pray for recovery and success of the heart transplant. You are Blessing to so many of us. Thank you
Judy and Mike Reifenberg
June 26, 2017
We continue to pray every day for a full recovery.Looking forward to choir with you in the fall.
Fred and Sue
May 29, 2017