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11/24/19 04:57 PM #8835    

Jerry Foote

 

 

 

Thanks for the kind thoughts and prayers. Cindy is home and doing well, it was scary for a few days, but 3procedures later the clot was nullified. Still has several small clots in her longs but the Dr. Thinks the blood thinners will treat them effectively. We need to take it slow and monitor her closely. Thank God we made to Lincoln when we did, the outcome could have been tragically different....JF

 

 

 


11/24/19 04:58 PM #8836    

Jerry Foote

 

 

 

Thanks for the kind thoughts and prayers. Cindy is home and doing well, it was scary for a few days, but 3procedures later the clot was nullified. Still has several small clots in her longs but the Dr. Thinks the blood thinners will treat them effectively. We need to take it slow and monitor her closely. Thank God we made to Lincoln when we did, the outcome could have been tragically different....JF

 

 

 


11/24/19 04:58 PM #8837    

Jerry Foote

 

 

 

Thanks for the kind thoughts and prayers. Cindy is home and doing well, it was scary for a few days, but 3procedures later the clot was nullified. Still has several small clots in her longs but the Dr. Thinks the blood thinners will treat them effectively. We need to take it slow and monitor her closely. Thank God we made to Lincoln when we did, the outcome could have been tragically different....JF

 

 

 


11/25/19 08:09 AM #8838    

 

Janet Browne (Rose)

Thanks for letting us know she is recovering from that scare.  A blessing in this Thanksgiving season.  


11/25/19 09:07 AM #8839    

 

Barb Franz (Meyer)

So fortunate you got Cindy help. Larry's brother had knee surgery September. When finally went ER rushed to Lincoln where 12 clots in lung. Dr told him may live or die. Like Cindy, got them reduced. I was on blood thinners post surgery, hated them,but after that situation I made sure I took all on time. This has got to be so scary for your family, glad Cindy is doing better. Medicine has made great progress in stroke prevention, so happy she will be ok.

11/25/19 09:17 AM #8840    

 

Mary McKinney (Kommers)

Totally agree with Janet...Cindy's improvement provides great reasons for an extra wonderful Thanksgiving...give her our best!


11/26/19 02:06 PM #8841    

 

Martha Rivero (Helton)

What wonderful news that Cindy is home. Such a blessing...


01/17/20 05:15 PM #8842    

 

Mary Louise Steffens (Nelson)

Patrick and I had the pleasure of visiting Jeff Ayers and his wife, Vicki, in Georgia last week. It was such a great visit! We haven't seen Jeff in years and yet in our two hour visit we never stopped talking! It was a delight to finally get to meet Vicki! If I can figure out how to add a photo to this, I'll give you a glimpse of Jeffrey today.  He looke exactly the same, and still has that quick humor, by the way. 


01/18/20 08:57 AM #8843    

 

Mary McKinney (Kommers)

Lucky you, Mary Louise...hope you told Jeff "hi" from all of us!


01/18/20 12:00 PM #8844    

 

Martha Rivero (Helton)

Hey Lady,

how wonderful you spent time with Jeff ...I bet it was hours of none stop catching up...you both look great...  love it  wish I had been there ❤️

 

 


01/19/20 12:26 PM #8845    

Jeff Ayers

Seeing Pat and Mary Louise was the happiest surprise anyone could have!! We talked nonstop, laughed and ran out of time way too quickly. Vicki and I will cherish the experience forever!!!!  My very best to all the friends of the KHS Class of 1969 as well!!


02/09/20 11:45 AM #8846    

 

Roy Nagakubo

Doug Thunburg-words fail.


02/09/20 02:19 PM #8847    

 

Martha Rivero (Helton)

Heartbreaking to hear of Dougs passing...praying for comfort and strength for his loved ones. 
 


02/09/20 03:50 PM #8848    

 

Terry Christlieb

Sorry to hear of Doug's passing.  One of those people who made the most of the situation he had to endure. Rest in Peace.


02/09/20 04:51 PM #8849    

 

Randy Brown

        Peace Doug . . . 


02/10/20 09:09 AM #8850    

 

Bob Elliott

RIP Doug.

His fight was inspirational.  His art was beautiful.  His spirit is now eternal.


02/11/20 10:36 AM #8851    

 

John Wolf

It's sad to hear about Doug.  While we knew that this could eventually happen, it's hard to say goodbye to a good friend and classmate.  We will always miss him!


02/21/20 05:36 PM #8852    

 

Wayne Garrelts

The Rowdies will be having their annual get together on Saturday Feb 22 for the last home basketball game. The '70 class will host a pre-game party at Central Auto Electric (thanks Dan Cavanee) at 5:30 pm (byob) with some finger food. They will then take vans to the game. If you can't make it then, you can meet up with them at the game and then go back to CAE to celebrate after the game. EVERYONE IS WELCOME AND BRING ANY "OLD" ROWDIES WITH YOU!!! See you there!


02/26/20 11:59 PM #8853    

 

Nancy Rogers (Williams)

Douglas M. Thunberg (68), beloved brother and friend passed away in Colorado Springs on February 6th, 2020 to find eternal peace.

Doug was born on September 20, 1951 in Kearney, NE; graduated from Kearney High School (NE) in 1969; graduated from the University of Nebraska; and worked at the NE Department of Roads (Lincoln) Materials Research Chemistry Lab until his tragic bicycle accident in 1980 that resulted in a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Despite the physical difficulties caused by his TBI, he continued to participate in community activities, painting and outdoor adventures for the disabled. Doug remained a strong, friendly, resilient and deeply faithful servant to the Lord to the end. His smile, humor and kindness will be sorely missed.

Doug was preceded in death by parents, Oscar and Lynn (Griffis) Thunberg. Doug is survived by his brother, Larry (Deborah) Thunberg, his sister, Lisa (Troy) Rice and his niece, Sophie Thunberg.

A memorial service to celebrate Doug's life will be held at 3 PM on Saturday, March 14th at Sunnyside Christian Church, 2025 N. Murray Blvd, Colorado Springs Colorado, 80915.

In lieu of flowers, friends may make memorial donations to Sunnyside Christian Church online at: https://www.sunnysidechristian.com/


02/27/20 10:18 AM #8854    

 

Bob Elliott

i just emailed Doug's siblings (Lisa & Larry) to let them know that I can't attend Doug's service on the 14th.  Kathy & I will be in Israel at that time.  I informed them that I was taking a photo of Doug's painting (Dune Modulations) that has hung in my office for 10 years.

Doug's life was not filled with joyous "road trips" like many of us have enjoyed over the years.  His spirit will be going with me to the Holy Land.  That's kind of a silly notion on my part - Doug's already there.

Bob E.


02/27/20 01:29 PM #8855    

 

Martha Rivero (Helton)

Our condolences to Dougs family, we pray that Gods mighty love comforts them and gives them strength. It is so heartbreaking to hear this. May Gods peace and presence surround them all. 


03/19/20 11:15 AM #8856    

 

Barb Franz (Meyer)

Prayers to Betty Schroeder Andersen on passing of her father, Glen. Due to virus, immediate family only service. Barb (Radio)

03/20/20 12:22 PM #8857    

 

Wayne Garrelts

Condolences to Betty, hope everyone is staying safe, and "sane"! Mole, hope you have made it back safely from Israel. TAKE CARE EVERYONE!


04/07/20 09:03 AM #8858    

 

Bob Elliott

Happy Birthday Brownie.  The "World's Greatest Grandpa" must stay at home and stream old movies.  Strange times.


04/07/20 02:11 PM #8859    

 

Randy Brown

Thanks Mole and others for B Day reminder. Keep your distance and have a beer for me !


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