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Condition of Joe Schumacher
By Rick Cooley

For those who know Joe and Lenora Schumacher, longtime members of the
MBSI and our dearest friends for more than 20 years, Joe continues in
poor condition.  The doctors say that, although the blood release in
the brain cannot be removed surgically, it is in the "best location to
be absorbed without long- term damage."  He is now out of intensive
care but remains paralyzed on the right side and unable to speak.  The
notes to him I am receiving from MMD members (as of this morning) will
be passed along to Lenora who reads them to him each day.

With best regards to all,

Rick and Betty Cooley


(Message sent Mon 2 Nov 1998, 18:26:52 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

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