Our Prayer List
for our friends in distress (Updated 9/8)
Many of those in our patrol family, or their family members, are suffering through the hardships of cancer treatments or other life threatening illnesses.
While cleaning his camper, getting ready for the trip to Ohio to attend Rev. Ellsworth's memorial service, retired Colonel Paul McClellan lost his balance and fell off a ladder. He suffered a broken right shoulder (in a sling) and a left wrist (in a cast). He also has a concussion. Please keep him in your thoughts and prayers as he recovers.
Retired Trooper Larry Hetrick, 74th Academy Class, is being treated for advanced prostrate cancer. Information to send Larry and Carol cards of encouragement can found on the Member's page.
Retired Trooper David Stevenson, 75th Academy Class, has been diagnosed with Stage 4 lung and bone cancer. Dave has served as the District 5 Retiree's Association Representative for over 32 years. Information to send Dave cards or emails can be found on the Member's page.
Retired Toledo MRW Bob Super is having on going issues in deteriorating health, has been determined to be legally blind, according to friend and retired DX Pam Sullivan. Calls or cards from his OSP friends would be appreciated.
Retired S/Lieutenant Don Anweiler is being treated for lung cancer near his home in Mesa, Arizona. Don is 92 years old, retiring in 1982. Cards or calls would be appreciated. A complete message from Retiree and friend Gene Hughes can be found on the Member's page.
RETIRED S/LT DOUGLAS C. WELLS IS BEING TREATED FOR A SERIOUS VASCULAR PROBLEM. HE IS IN HOME HOSPICE AND WOULD APPRECIATE E-MAILS FROM HIS FELLOW RETIREES.
Information to send cards of encouragement can be found on the Member's page. Prayers are always encouraged and appreciated. If there are others in our patrol family that are in some type of distress or difficulty please let us know so we can add them to our prayer list.