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Tamie Hart Schrader has been diagnosed with reoccurant breast cancer that has moved to the lungs. Tamie started aggressive chemo treatment on January 16th. Please pray for strength, courage, comfort and healing for our family during this most difficult time.
Leigh Linger PM, Secretary, Parkersburg Chapter No. 14

Frances Wolfe, Harrisville Chapter, is having a heart catherization done.

Lowell Humphrey,s SR is at Virginia Baptist Hospital/Rehab. The address is 3300 Rivermont Avenue Lynchburg VA. He is in Room 22.
Selma Humphreys PM Charleston 88 & Ripley 17

Sue Leeper has reported the following:
George Davis. PGP had back surgery At Rudy Memorial Hospital in Morgantown. He is recovering in room 715 for now.
Betty Rose, PM is having surgery at the David Lee Cancer Center in Charleston.
Keith Thomas, husband of Linda Thomas, Associate Grand Conductress has been evaluated at Cleveland Clinic for a heart problem and will not need surgery but may need a pace maker.

Brother Ed Burwell was sent home this afternoon. Going to be down for the count for at least six weeks.

Brother Ed Burwell, PP Shedpherdstown, fell on ice January 14 and is in Jefferson Memorial Hospital with several broken ribs and a pneumothorax. Will remain there until puncture is healed.
Pneumothorax fairly well resolved but having difficulty moving because of the fractures on the right side. Remains in hospital for now.

Lois I. Cullifer, 88 of Chester, passed away in the emergency room at East Liverpool City Hospital on Monday January 12, 2015 after becoming ill earlier in the day.
Lois was a daughter of Albert and Essie Ash Fowler, and was born in East Liverpool on October 4, 1926.
She was a homemaker, and much earlier in her life had worked on the stamping line at the former TS&T pottery in Chester.
Lois was a member of the Chester First United Methodist Church and she graduated from the former Wells High School in Newell in 1945.
She was a very active member of the Order of the Eastern Star Crescent Chapter #49 in Chester for 51 years, serving as past Matron. Lois was past president of Social order of Beauceant in East Liverpool, and Grand Representative in New Jersey, OES.
Besides her parents, Lois was preceded in death by her sister, Norma Jean Bickle, and her brothers, Harold and Kenneth Fowler.
Her husband of 67 years, Lawrence Cullifer survives at home. They were married on June 1, 1947.
Their children include Michael S. Cullifer and wife Jerri of George Lake, CO; and Gregory Cullifer and wife Julie of Florissant, CO.
Lois also leaves her grandchildren, Jim Cullifer, Carey Torrence, and Amy Edison and great granddaughter, Abigail Edison.
Her pastor, Rev. Kara Rowe will celebrate her life on Friday at 1:00 pm at the Arner Funeral Chapel in Chester and interment will follow at Columbiana County Memorial Park in East Liverpool. Friends are invited to visit with the family on Thursday at the funeral home where the they will be present from 2-4 and 6-8 pm. The East Liverpool Crystal Chapter 18 and Weirton Chapter 147 of OES will hold services at the funeral home on Thursday evening at 7:30 pm.

Lois Cullifer, wife of Lawrence Cullifer, PGP passed away Monday. Visitation will be at the Arner Funeral Home in Chester, WV from 2-4 and 6-8 on Thursday, january 15th, with Eastern Star memorial service at 7:30 p.m.. The funeral will be at 1:00 on Friday, January 16th.

Catharine Paugh, Past Matron of Cairo Chapter 39 after under going tests in Camden Clark hospital, she is now home.

Jean Westfal: The prayers and thoughts of OES sisters and brothers have been very important to Jean Westfall of Harrisville # 29 and I wanted to bring you up to date. After the second surgery in June the MRI in November showed that growth had started again so Jean had 5 radiation treatments in December. Now we wait three months to see the results. The Dr. says the growth will definitely be controlled and thinks we will get rid of the tumor entirely. My sister, Jean, continues to be the same up beat wonderful example of complete trust in God! Thank you for all the past prayers and please continue to pray.
Jane

 

 
 
   

 

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