After all the health issues concerning Rudy Gonzales over the last several months, he is back on the Golf Course.
His kidneys had shut down but dialysis, and other treatments got him back on his feet.
May GOD continue to Bless you.
Update on Rudy Gonzales. He texted me this morning that he is still having Kidney Issues. He is still in the hospital and undergoing Dialysis.
He will probably continue dialysis 3 times a week. The Doctors are hoping that his kidneys start functioning on their own again.
Please keep Rudy and Teri in your prayers for a speedy, and full recovery.
Benefit for Officer Michael A. Mandujano
On March 26, Saturday, there will be a Chicken, Sasage Plate Fund Raiser for Medical expenses.
Michael is battling Cancer.
Time: 100pm - 500pm.
Location: Kennedy Park Pavillion, 3101 Roselawn, SAT 78226
Plates are $10 and Raffletickets are $3.00 / 3 for $10. Seating Avaiable.
From: Rudy Guzman
Subj: Benefit for Retired Officer Don Kelley
It's time for Blue Line 4x4 Texas and its supporters to help someone in need.
Don Kelley is a retired SAPD Detective who is battling stage 4 rectal colon cancer since 2013.
Don is currently in remission but 2021 hasn't been a good year.
Don has gone through several sessions of chemotherapy and had several surgeries.
Medical bills are through the roof and only getting worse.
BBQ plate sale on March 26, 2022. Saturday. Everything raised will go to Don's Medical bills.
Go To: PayPal Blueline4x4@gmail.com or cash app. Flyer Attached
Kathy Sowell - Wife of Retired Officer Vernon Sowell
Family and Friends I've had a unfortunate fall 9 days ago. it could have been worse but I have multiple fractures to my arm and shoulder upon impact.
I also face-planted on the parking lot asphalt and sustained contusions and hematomas to forehead and face.
CAT scan showed no fractures there or brain bleed Thank you God.
after a rough painful journey we have found an excellent Orthopedic surgeon who will do the repairs needed.
My Surgery is scheduled for this next Monday.
Prayers please for me and my family and friends who have taken good care of me keeping me home.
Wife of David Evan writes:
Hello, this is David Evans wife.
Please pray for David. He took a slight turn for the worse.
He was in a rehab center and was transferred to a hospital because of respiratory distress.Tests have shown that this is Covid. Please pray for quick healing. Thank You
From: David Head
Subj: Joe Graham
On December 9, Joe Graham was admitted to the Audie Murphy VA hospital with severe Covid symptoms.
Over the course of the next three weeks he slowly improved until the first of the year when his vital signs took a turn and he was readmitted to the ICU,
placed on a ventilator and dialysis. As of this notice he remains there fighting to recover.
He is unable to receive visitors but accepts all prayers for him and his family.
This should demonstrate the severity of this disease as it clearly has the ability to knock down the strongest amongst us. It is my hope that all of our members, active and retired, will take positive steps to protect themselves and their families. Please pray for Joe, the more than 150 active SAPD officers out fighting this disease, and all the retiree families affected.
Request Prayers for Retired Officer Javier Lozano
From: Luis Salazar
My father-in-law, Javier Lozano, retired with 33 yrs with SAPD. He is in hospice care at our house.
His time is short.he is progressively getting worse. At times, he has difficulty communicating, he is at a point where he can no longer walk.
He always thinks of his friends and experiences as a member of the Police Dept.
He starts talking of different things that happened in the field.
Your kind remarks will be read to him.
Message From Zula Porter (Wife of Jesse Porter, Retired Lt.)
She is asking that Friends write Jesse letters of tales from the past while on the SAPD. She states that he is having dementia/Alzheimer's
stages but seems to remember things that happened in the past during his career on the Police Force. She reads to him and he reacts with smiles, grins and laughter. She says letters to him would be better. She asks that you write a letter or send a card.
Contact CoffeeCops for the address.
William "Bill" Lowry - SAPD Retired
Some of you may be aware that Bill is on dialysis due to kidney failure.
Good News is Bill has been medically approved for a kidney transplant and awaits a donor.
If you want to send Bill an email, contact CoffeeCops.net for his address.
Our prayers are will Bill and the Family.
Keep Them In Your Prayers
From: Charlie Ross
Tommy Brown retired in 1993. Worked Task Force, as well as, ROP. Tommy has been fighting all kinds of Illnesses for several years. He's on Hospice and riding out what time he has left. He's still living at home in New Berlin. Even with all that going on in his life, he still is positive and in a good frame of mind.
Hi prayer warriors and multiple friends. Great news!!! Terry is covid negative and came home about two hours ago. He is extremely weak but will improve quickly with my one to one nursing care. Please continue to pray
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