Lou Hollander sent this out today:
Just got off the phone with Frank Crisa. As I informed you a while back, he was going into the hospital for surgery, and requested to keep him in your prayers. His surgery went well, he said he had great doctors. He got home from the hospital this past Tuesday. Frank had major surgery and is in a lot of pain now and seems to sleep a lot. He is requesting that no one call him as it hurts when he tries to talk on the phone. He wants to thank everyone for their prayers, and please keep them coming. He also wants to thank people for all the emails. I will send out an email when he is feeling better and will be up to phone calls.
All our best to you, Frank. We love you for your friendship and all your great work on the newsletters.
I spoke to John Reeves this morning. He is feeling much better after his surgery and is back to doing light excercises. He goes back to his doctor in a few months to see how the surgery did with his lung cancers. He said he has been getting quite a few phone calls from fellow retirees and police officers who work with his son, Scott, and thanks them. - Tony
All our best wishes, John, and we look forward to seeing you at the next membership meeting.
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Our hospitalized members are both doing well after their surgeries. Walter sends thank all for the calls and visits..He can be reached at 347 408-8446.
Reaves-Bey's wife, Hopie, states that McKinley is progressing slowly but steadily. She would like a call first in order to prevent him being overwhelmed. She can be reached at 646 617 6491.
Be well all
We're very happy to hear this good news and our hopes and prayers for their full recovery.
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
Retired Transit Lieutenant Scott Lacobs is in need of a kidney. Scott will be starting dialysis shortly. Scottís blood type is O. Scott lives in South Florida and is presently on the list at Jackson Memorial in Miami.
I know personally what it means to need a kidney. I was very fortunate to have had two kidney transplants in thirty years. Our brother in blue needs our help! Please, if you know anybody who is willing to be tested or donate a kidney to Scott please e-mail or call me on my cell phone.
Please forward my request to everyone on your email lists.