Thanks from the Johnsens |

Thanks from the Johnsens

Early on March 16, Bud woke with an excruciating headache. A call to 911 brought an ambulance with EMTs from Dillon and the emergency fire squad from Keystone. Our thanks for responding so quickly and efficiently. Dr Denkinger and Nurse Pam met us at the emergency room in Frisco. Their professional and warm care helped us through a very difficult time. We send our thanks to them, our friend David, and staff at St Anthony Summit Medical Center. A Cat Scan showed hemorrhaging in Bud’s brain so he was quickly transferred to St Anthony Central in Denver by our “Angels of Mercy,” which we call Flight For Life. Many thanks for their gentle care. They do indeed save lives. To all our friends and neighbors who surrounded us in the coming month with love and prayers, cards and phone calls we send our deepest thanks. We feel truly blessed to call Summit County our home. Bud was able to come home on April 14. He is doing well and we expect a complete recovery soon.

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