We are writing to you on behalf of the Rumple family. As you may know, in 1993, Joy Rumple from Statesville was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy — an illness that eventually leads to congestive heart failure and other heart issues. Within the last three years, Joy has been in and out of the hospital with problems related to her illnesses.
December 14, 2018
Hello Joy, how are you doing, I am doing ok just checking on you to see how you are doing since the Transplant, I had mine in 2014, I have been in and out of rejections so much that last month I found out that I have to have another transplant, so finally this past Friday I was put back on the list. But I am still blessed. My email address has changed so you can email me anytime. My new email address is: [email protected] I hope to hear from you soon.
December 15, 2014
Happy for you Joy, I got my transplant about 9 months ago. Even had the pleasure to meet the donors family. We are so blessed. I hope I am not asking too much but email me sometime at: [email protected] I would like to hear some things from you if it's not asking too much. I am ok but still things I don't understand. Be Blessed.
October 26, 2013
Our "Joy" has now received her new heart on Oct. 4, 2013, her and Scott's 16th wedding anniversary. As of today, Oct. 18, 2013, she remains at Wake Forest Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem, NC. She is doing well but still needs your donations. God Bless Joy and God Bless YOU for helping out.
October 8, 2013
Day 26 at Baptist for our sweet "Joy." Praying today is the day for your new heart. #PrayersForJoy.
Donna Shoaf/Statesville, NC