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Fwd: Bill Brincka

  • Subject: Fwd: Bill Brincka
  • From: CCREDUX@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 22 Sep 2001 09:38:49 EDT

Here is part of posting from Olga Petryszyn regarding Bill's condition.
For those who do not know Bill---he is a long-time member of the AHS, in which he has served in various administrative positions. Bill and Basil Cross have a magnificent garden in northern Indiana. With Olga Petryszyn he has introduced many beautiful hostas that are now in the trade. He also introduced the non-infected H. opipara 'Bill Brincka.

Clyde Crockett Indy IN

In a message dated 9/21/2001 9:10:15 PM Central Daylight Time, op@niia.net writes:

.  Bill has the heart pump completely removed.  Still on respirator.  Pneumonia set in.  101 temp.  He is kept sedated.  Basil talks about taking him home.  If Bill can pull through, he will have open heart again.  It could take a couple of months.  He still is in a critical state.

  • Subject: Bill Brincka
  • From: "Olga Petryszyn" <op@niia.net>
  • Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2001 21:12:10 -0500
Visit with Bill and Basil tonight.  Bill has the heart pump completely removed.  Still on respirator.  Pneumonia set in.  101 temp.  He is kept sedated.  Basil talks about taking him home.  If Bill can pull through, he will have open heart again.  It could take a couple of months.  He still is in a critical state.  I am glad you called Clyde.  Best to you and your family.  Love, Olga

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