Stanley Gee was born a fighter. In 1956, in a South Carolina hospital, Stanley came three months early. Weighing in at only two pounds, he spent the first two months of life in an incubator. So it was no surprise that Stanley fought hard to regain his life when he recently had a heart attack.
For fifteen years before her divorce, Jessica Hendrick was a self-described”full-time mom.” Challenged with overcoming many battles in her life, Jessica succeeded and put her life back together for her family. However, her greatest battle still lay ahead: the battle for her life.
After falling at home one day, Johnny sustained injuries that required hospitalization. He admitted to a local hospital before transferring to Medical City Dallas for surgery on his hip and knee.
“I’m excited to be able to go to my daughter’s graduation. She’s going to be a teacher,” Jimmy said, beaming. “I’m also looking forward to getting back to my normal lifestyle and being able to do things out of the house again, like playing Farkle with friends, men’s breakfast, and church.”
Nancy transferred to Vibra Hospital of Richardson with pneumonia complications. Her evaluation showed a high level of anxiety and extreme shortness of breath requiring high flow oxygen.