|Prayer Request Page||
Please pray for Joyce Holben. She is the wife of my classmate from Central Catholic High, Dave Holben. She's been in Toledo Hospital for the past week, in very serious condition with multiple issues.
Cathleen Gordon writes:
Dear people of prayer and faith,
Please pray for Bill Kelly who was admitted to St. Luke hospital last night. He is very ill,
and in intensive care. Please keep his wife Mary Ann in your prayers too.
God bless you, and I thank-you for praying for Bill and Mary Ann.
John Mohr request that we remember and say a prayer for a class mate of his (Cathedral & CCHS), Larry Spinazze. Larry was a great & fun guy. He had been sick and living with his daughter for quite a while. Prayers for family and friends.
Thank you for your prayers for my son in law Mike Frost. Mike had a fast acting infection and went into septic shock in the ER. The house physician told us that Mike needed surgery immediately if he were to survive the night. He had a three hour surgery in which his left leg was amputated above the knee. As of yesterday he was in stable condition in ICU receiving IV antibiotics and pain medication. I asked the physician if he was out of the woods and he replied "For now" Please continue to pray for Mike and his family . God bless you.
Please pray for my son in law Mike Frost. We almost lost him last night in the ER at Toledo Hospital. He had emergency surgery overnight. He has a long hard fight ahead of him. Pray for Mike, my daughter Sarah and my grandchildren during this difficult time. God bless
Please pray for Deacon Tom Carone of the Historic Church of St. Patrick, Toledo. I just found out that he is in Rehab after spending two weeks in the hospital. Deacon Tom is an old friend of mine (we served Mass together in grade school and high school at old St. Ann's church). He is a good good man and a great friend of the Toledo Hibernians. Pray for his continued and complete recovery. Also another good friend of Toledo Hibernians and a former State chaplain, Father Denny Hartigan had knee replacement surgery last week
Bob Eveleigh writes: Going into Jewish Hospital Wednesday because of heart problems. I received some bad news from my cardiologist a few weeks ago. Went in for a routine stress test. For 18 yrs., have always had coronary artery disease - not heart disease. But the recent scan showed I have damage to the left side of my heart. Looks like my Quinn-Eveleigh family genetics is catching up to me. Have been treated medically for last 3 weeks. Everything was going good until last week when I had intense chest pains when I stepped up my exercise level (which I wasn’t supposed to do). Took some nitro, and it went away quickly. Now, Dr. is admitting me Wednesday to do an angiogram to see if there’s more damage than expected. But, based on the type of chest pain I described to Dr., he thinks this pain might be result of some blockage.
Those of you who know me well, know that I worry a lot about things I can’t control - and my age isn’t helping the situation any. So I’m asking for your prayers for, not just me, but for Rita and my doctors. You have my heartfelt
In your prayers, please remember John Coleman Jr.,past President of the AOH Boland-Berry Division, his family and friends.
John R. Coleman, Jr.. age 63, loving and devoted husband to Michelle L. (nee Dunphy); loving father of Sean, Kelly Toole (Zach), Emily Stasko (Matt Doherty) and Shannon Carter Baker (Dennis); dear Papa to Kevin, Kieran and Rory and Brady; loving son of John R. Sr and Carolyne (Nee Donahue); dear brother of Colleen Primosh (Donald), Patrick (Karen), Maureen Jennings (Kevin) and Daniel (Alan Ware) Passed away, Monday, August 13, 2018. John was a proud 1972 Holy Name High School graduate. He was in the original class and Cleveland EMS Paramedic, was a retired Firefighter and Inspector for the Cleveland Heights Fire Dept., and Realtor with ERA Rath Realtors over 30 years. He was a member of the West Side Irish American Club and a Drum Major in the Pipe and Drum Band Funeral Mass, St. Vincent DePaul Church (Lorain and West 134th St. Cleveland) Friday, August 17th at 11:30 am. Interment Holy Cross. Friends may call at the McGORRAY-HANNA FUNERAL HOME OF WESTLAKE, 25620 Center Ridge Rd. (West of Columbia Rd.) THURSDAY from 2 – 7 pm. In lieu of flowers, family suggest memorial contributions to The West Side Irish American Club Pipe Band, The Ancient Order of Hibernians, Boland-Berry Div. or Holy Name High School.
Bob Rahman, an old friend of mine, died Thursday after a six year fight against his cancer. We only connected occasionally over the years bur back in High school and college days Bob, Alan Fenton and myself were inseparable. We referred to ourselves as the three musketeers. Rest in peace Bob. There is something quite special about a friendship that's old. Prayers for the family, please.