November 22, 2022

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November 22, 2022                                SICK DESK AND PRAYER REQUESTS
From Lou Hollander keystonecop1@verizon.net

In the last few days I received 3 sick desk notices from the individuals I personally know. As I am writing this now, tears are rolling down my cheeks.

The first call I got was from Eddie Torres who requested prayers as he informed me that he was going into the hospital for a heart by-pass. The reason for the by-pass was because they couldn’t get through his artery to see how bad the blockage was. They moved him to another hospital, and they did the same test. This time with Gods help and prayers they were able to get through the blockage and was able to insert a stent and that avoided the by-pass. “Prayers do work”. Eddie said he hope to be out of the hospital by Thanksgiving.

The second person who as of yet I could not contact was John Galizia who is in need of your prayers. I was informed by Joe Sede that what he saw on Facebook, John has some serious health issues and was going into the hospital for tests. I reached out to him twice today but couldn’t get through to him and left messages to contact me. I have not heard back from John. Please keep him in your prayers

The 3rd today (11/19) I received a call from Mike McHale who has been sick for quite awhile with cancer (Melanoma) This call tore me apart. It was like Mike was calling me to say “goodbye.” Mike got married to his long time Love, Robin Hest, this past August 16th. I think Mike would like to talk with his friends and it is ok to call him 561-445-1516 0r 561-289-8869.

Please pray for all 3 of these guys.

August 10, 2022                           PRAYERS REQUEST FROM ARTIE GIAMMARINO
From Lou Hollander keystonecop1@verizon.net


Hi Lou,
I was hoping you could reach out to our prayer warriors for me. My sister Diane is facing treatment for renal carcinoma. After she had a kidney removed four years ago, she enjoyed good health, but unfortunately the cancer has returned in her spine. The doctors are optimistic and I understand it is curable.

Our prayers and best wishes go out to Diane that she will overcome her cancer.