Each week, Sandra and David Eppinger get together with Sandra’s sister for a game of Scrabble. Competing in a game like Scrabble requires knowing thousands of words. Strong spelling and lexical creativity will also give you an edge.
Yet one day, as Sandra, 75, showered before her sister arrived for the game, all her words suddenly disappeared.
“When I encounter an opportunity for improvement, I enjoy working with my team to create a solution,” says Jenn Bronson, Outcomes Coordinator, Cardiology, Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery.
Cheryl Long has a detail-oriented mind and a knack for multitasking.
“I’ve always been a tinkerer and I’ve always loved looking for things to do,” she said.
When you’re running a farm, you can’t let a little pain get in the way of a day’s work.
That’s what Lowell Woods thought five years ago as he was moving cattle from one pasture to another on the 1,300-acre farm he operates with his wife and son in Baring, Mo.
My husband Walt was getting dressed in the bedroom, he was going to a basketball game. I was in another room cleaning when I heard a horrible noise. Not a groan or cry, but a fall that was so loud.
I had two stent procedures done to my heart last Friday (April 26) by Dr. Spaedy. It went well and I am doing fine now
I had surgery on January 15, 2013 for an open abdominal aortic aneurysm repair. During my six day stay, I was assigned to the second, third and fifth floors on the new south tower.
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