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John’s Journey to live:

In March of 2017 for the second time since we got married my husband asked me to take him to the er because he wasn’t feeling well. I knew then something was wrong but i wasn’t prepared for the news we would soon get. John hadn’t been feeling well all week. He was having trouble breathing, putting on weight, and food tasted “different” to him. Once rushed in back, three breathing treatment, a bunch of steroids, and tons of blood work came the words we were not ready for. “Mr. Chirichella, you are a very, very, very sick man.”

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April 18, 2018

As of today April 18, 2018 John is continuing with his testing. He went for his final two tests today for his evaluation process. He will meet with the surgeon on Friday. I went to visit him for the first time yesterday at dialysis. I have to say I have a whole new respect for my husband. He wakes up three days a week at 4:45, showers and has breakfast and is out the door by 5:30 so he can be at the dialysis center by 5:45. The best part is he never complains. I was only able to stay a short time with him but in that short time he explained the machine, the numbers, and the whole process to me. He also pointed out all the girls who he speaks highly of all the time. God bless this man and all of the people who go through this. And god bless the people who help those who go through this every day. I will continue to post updates.


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April 13, 2018

Paula, john and. JP, I am so very sorry to hear about John's health issues. I know that he is one of the strongest people I know and has overcome obstacles without hesitation and for him to ask for help, I know that this must be serious. Prayers and love to all of you.

Elizabeth Bucci

April 13, 2018

I am here for you guys no matter what you need. Love you.

Brandy Costa