Timís 5 3-way Bypass surgery

 

1.      Yes, it did happen, on November 14, 2008, at Kaiser Permanente Hospital in San Francisco, at 9:00 AM until around noon.I was discharged on the 18 . . . considered for Poster Boy of 3-way Bypass surgeries.(more . . .)

2.      Jan is my favorite nurse in the world!(more . . .)

3.      By Godís grace, we will be able to attend Mt. Hermon in December!(more . . . )

4.      If you care to post something to this site, hereís how to do it.

 

Shireen, Kirsten, Tim, Jan and Michelle

Hi Dad,

I know it says Tom is emailing you, but it is me (Shireen)!

This is the greatest photo of everyone (minus Liesl). Can you believe...this was 24 hours after you looked blue and dead!!

Wow!

 

Wed 12/3/2008 7:02 PM

Tim and Jan,
 
We are so happy you are making an amazing recovery.  Did not hear the news until recently.  Pam has listened to your sermons online and noticed you have not been speaking and we were concerned.  We received an email from Joe Hobbs (I do not check my emails but once a month).  We just now left your website, seeing the picture of your family and the big heart.  We are cheered to see you, Jan and lovely daughters sans Liesl. 
 
We love you and appreciate you.  We have had our ups and downs but you remain important and loved.
 
We pray for a enriching time for you at
Mt. Herman.
 
Take care and much love,
 
John & Pam Hart

 

Fri 11/21/2008 5:33 AM

Tim (and Jan too)

 

God is amazing !  You are walking down the street 6 days after open heart surgery, amazing !!!

 

Continued healing and prayers.

 

Gail (and Bella too)

 

Fri 11/21/2008 5:24 AM

As the old saying goes,  you can't keep a good man down,  especially if he puts his future in Christ.
Given the fact that you have had a few days to re-appreciate your  home as well as you life,  I will give you a call before paying a visit.

Godspeed,  David D(
onnelley)

 

Thu 11/20/2008 8:17 PM

What a shocker.   Sorry to hear you have had to go through this.  5-way, hum, couldn't you have just settled

for 1 or 2?  Seriously,  I'm surprised this has happened to you, you look so fit and in good condition.  One

never knows does one?  And here you are setting up another web site just 6 days later!

 

It behooves you to take heed Tim and agree to slow down a bit.  Spend some of your reclining time to make

a list of what you can safely eliminate from your daily thru monthly schedule.  God wants you to pace yourself

more.  And we both know that He knows best.  So be a good soldier and yield to His wishes.

 

Welcome to the land of chronic diseases.  It is a new way of life, but not unfathomable.  One just has to pace

themselves differently.  And it certainly does sharpen our sense of values.  My thoughts and prayers are

with you on this new journey you are following.  Your cheerful spirit and lovely Jan will get you through this.

Continue to adjust to a different pace for a joyful life.

 

In Christian Love, Juanda (my 2nd cousin Ė 1st cousin of Jake DeShazer)

 

Thu 11/20/2008 6:41 PM

HAL      A      LOU          YAH      !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!     Praise God in Heaven.  Were here ANYTIME you need us.  Your Bro & Sis in Christ,  and MaMa too!!!!    XOXOXOXO

 ††† (Diane & Dick Winter & Marie)

 

 

Thu 11/20/2008 6:01 PM

Great to hear you are doing fine, although I'm sure you don't feel great. None-the-less we are grateful with you and to the Lord! We love you, Jerry and Patti (Kinder) May you recover with great speed and thoroughness!!!

 

Wed 11/19/2008 7:32 PM

DEAR ONES.........YOU HAVE BEEN/ARE IN OUR PRAYERS!!  You have been on GOD'S SHELF SINCE I LEARNED OF YOUR SURGERY ON SUNDAY!!  WE LOVE YOU !!!......TAKE CARE OF YOURSELVES/EACH OTHER!!!!  E-MAIL ME WHEN YOU GET HOME!!!  Love, Joan (Wells) and family!!!!!!-
GOD BLESS AMERICA--LET'S ROLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Tue 11/18/2008 1:10 PM

Tim & Jan:

 

I received a call from Joan Vogelaar today regarding Tim's by-pass

surgery.We hope and pray that he is doing well.We'll keep him in our

prayers.If you think of it please give us an update when you have

time.Blessings.

 

Tom & Von

 

11/18/2008 2:23 PM

Welcome back , Tim.                We are glad that this trying ordeal is over that quick.

  

Now, we hope you can relax a while and enjoy life again. We will be over soon with

a good bottle, but I am afraid we are going to have to leave the T-bones behind. Think

strenuously "yummy Tofu" instead!       Three cheers for survival!     Yvette & Henry

 

 

 

11/18/2008 11:06 PM

Dear Tim and Jan,

 

Margarita and I are sending you all the best wishes possible, wishes of gratitude for God's gift of the medical sciences to perform such surgeries. May God's peace be with you and your family in the next several weeks of recovery.

Peadar & margarita

Reverend Peadar A. Dalton

255 West Napa Street Suite 205H

Sonoma, CA 95476

 

 

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Updated:December 11, 2008

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