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Those to Remember in Our Prayers

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Diane Barger, mother of Tammy Downs and Terrie Thomason, is in ICU with blood clots in her lung. She is undergoing treatments but unfortunately, they are not able to do the normal treatments to break up the clots due to her recent brain surgery and the threat of causing bleeding in the brain. Toby Reeves, mother-in-law of Rusty Trent, fractured her hip at Mallard Ridge Nursing Home. Evelyn Smith, grandmother of Crystal Fortini, is now back at Hospice after being released from the hospital following a mild heart attack.
Savanna Vanderpool, 4-month-old niece of Nancy Cockerham, is recovering from brain surgery on Friday, March 1st. Annette Meador, wife of a co-worker of Michael Hinesley, is recovering from surgery and is also undergoing chemotherapy. Eva Hunter, sister of Tommy McDuffie, is home from the hospital but continues to experience various health issues.
Charmin Krieder, a co-worker of Anita DeWalt, has IBS and may have to undergo surgery. Please pray that surgery will not be necessary. Elizabeth (Beth) Bunting, co-worker/friend of Tammy Downs, has breast cancer in both breasts. Mozelle Scarlett, sister of Ellera Lambeth, is no longer under the care of Hospice but is back at Spring Arbor in Thomasville, NC.
David Garcia, friend of the Downs' family that lives in San Diego, CA, has stage 4 thyroid cancer. Chuck Thompson, relative of Gary and Vivian Yokley, is recovering from surgery to amputate a portion of his leg and also awaiting a kidney transplant. Virgie Sharrett, sister of James Cockerham, is awaiting a kidney transplant and has potentially 3 donor matches and the doctors are in the process of determining which is the best match.
Lee Florence, father of Dixie Black, is not doing well at this time and prayers have been requested on his behalf. Bekah Thorburn, former student of Sheri Maynard from Ledford, was seriously injured in a near fatal single car accident. Bekah is now at home and will be undergoing therapy at home. Priscilla Cullison, sister of Susan Thomas, has lung cancer and is undergoing radiation treatments.
Janie Lanning, sister of Mary Kossel, is having problems with her kidneys. Randy Holbrook, co-worker of Tiffany Christie, has been diagnosed with thyroid cancer and has requested prayers of the church. The doctors think that the cancer is treatable. Debbie Pedrazzi, member of the church of Christ in Boise, ID, has a brain tumor. Also pray for David, her husband.
Anthony Trent, brother of Rusty Trent, has stage 4 black lung disease. Matthew Higgins, a young sheriff's deputy, is in stage 4 of a rare form of bladder cancer. Please prayer for him and his family. Blake Shore, son of Amber & Adam Shore, friends of the Hinesley's, has tuberous Sclerosis and also suffers from epileptic seizures.
Church Family

Little Jacob Berrier was granted his wings in the morning hours of Thursday, March 14th. Jacob was a blessing to those who knew him and will truly be missed by all. Please keep his parents, Jeremie & Holly Berrier, little brother Waylon, his grandparents, great-grandparents and all of the extended family in your prayers that they may find strength and comfort as they deal with the very difficult loss of their loved one.

The family will receive friends from 12:30-2:00 pm on Sunday, March 17th, at J.C. Green & Sons in Thomasville. A memorial service will follow at 2:00 pm in the chapel and burial will be at Holly Hill Cemetary.

Lewis Chesney is now at home after being hospitalized with heart issue but still not 100% and the doctors are still trying to determine what his causing his sluggishness. L.H. Orman is also back at home after being hospitalized with pneumonia and is doing some better.
Larry Carr is trying to get a hip replacement surgery scheduled as soon as possible. The doctors believe that replacing his hip will solve his back issues as well. Marion Carr is also struggling with several health issues including dementia. Eloise Shadrick continues to recover from dehydration, a UTI and pneumonia and was able to be back with us last Sunday.
Jody Kivett is dealing with a fracture in her foot. Andra Holt is dealing with knee problems and may have to have a knee replacement. Ron Stockton recently spent a few days in the hospital with complications associated with the flu but is now at back at home resting.
John Caudle continues to deal with several health issues and deals with a lot of pain in his back and not doing well. Also keep Ruby, his wife, in your prayers as she is his primary caregiver. Nelson Maynard continues to visit his doctor following surgery and is doing well. Roy Sherman is recovering at home after undergoing an outpatient procedure.
Carol Atkins is not feeling well at this time. It is once again cold and flu season and many are dealing with these issues. Please continue to remember our elder and those that are sick and shut-in in your prayers.