17 Burst results for "Bill Stebbins"

"bill stebbins" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Your host, Mary, Walter from Washington DC. Well, just to find out about it was the prize to begin with, because with my dad being so sick, we were gonna come anyway. But we didn't know where we would. Stay and my husband was like just put it on my credit card. I was like, you know, we'll pay for it later, Bill. Stebbins daughter, Leslie was welcome to the Fisher houses. Well to be close and keep her mom company while dad was in the DC VA hospital when we came, we were shocked, and they said, oh, there's a place you can stay, so even if it was just like a little room that you could stay in. You would be thankful for free. That's this close to the hospital and you don't have to drive in Washington DC, but it's a really nice room a really nice atmosphere, and they have food. They have a place where you can do your laundry. And there are a lot of people you can talk to that are also going through difficult times, and you kind of feel camaraderie and I don't know if I'm allowed to say this, but people pray for each other here, it's really a blessing and it lifts you up when you're going through hard time, and I can't even describe it. And since we found. Out about Fisher house. I mean we've been telling everybody about it, and how great it is. Thank you for supporting Fisher house because a families love is good myths. And I'm Mary, Walter. And this is home away from home the Fisher. House story brought to you by fisherhouse dot org, where you can learn more and find a way to help our military families winning need it. Most. Army staff sergeant Chris Gruber and his wife, Amandus four year old son, Bob was diagnosed with non Hodgkin's lymphoma, while his dad was active duty overseas. And he's been at Walter Reed and Bethesda with his family ever since. I'm active duty. We were stationed in Germany. I'm alpha five seven eight and they Minna backed us soon as they discovered what was. Discovered his diagnosis. And we came here. Three months ago. And we've been stand. I mean we don't have any. They haven't given us our new compassionate resigned borders. Yet, still working that out compassionate resigned, France and determining where they can get his the proper care for him. And where I could go to fill my duties. So when we first got here, we were impatient. He was impatient. And we got the welcome packet was actually on weekend. So we got the welcome paddock packet from the duty office at. Walter Reed, which had our key at all kinds of information about the base and all that. We got in late. So the next day we went over to the Fisher house brought our bags over there. And I was it was really clean well organized, it was nice that there was a kitchen and places. I keep food and laundry facilities, right there in the buildings, we didn't have to try to find a way to do laundry and then the room was nice for us. Because it was just him. And I and grandma came down. So yet. Room for us that was good. And then. Then later after we arranged for the rest of the family to come. The gave us a bigger room comedy because, you know, of course, that was the room that we were in was great for three people to and a half. Half small but. One say as soon as they got here, they got us a new room so that they could accommodate us a lot better. So now we haven't bigger room, which is super nice worthy really thankful for every everything they've done for us. You're listening to home away from home the Fisher. House story brought to you by fisherhouse dot org with your host, Mary, Walter from Washington DC. Amanda on. Bob's mom when we got to the Fisher house. Everybody was just very greedy very welcoming very nice place. There's a place outside for the kids to ride scooters. Place for them to just, you know, kind of chill and hang out. It's nice that they have, like once or twice barbecues where we don't have to cook or anything some, these providing food for you. My name is Matt. I'm Bob brother, my reaction. When I first came in the Fisher houses. Everyone was really nice. Sister, and my reaction we came here was, it was a lot of kids there, and I like playing with people. I don't like being alone. So I think the biggest thing that's touched me is just how. How everybody is everybody has their own issues when they come here. Their own. Family elements and everybody's. It's really just a big really good network to be able to talk to other people and have that. Empathy because, you know exactly how they feel. They know exactly how you feel and it's a good support network as far as. Being able to reach out and just talk to somebody about it. Because anywhere else, you know, if it's a neighbor, and they got their own thing going on, and they don't really understand the whole process and the amount of time that you need to focus on ensuring that they get their treatment done properly. How much? It's going to be a part of your life. For the next two years for us, it's going to be a lot of treatments that we're going to be going to. And then for him for the rest of his life. He's going to have to go get. Screened for what's going on with him? And it's not just it's not just cancer. You know it's. There was a friend of ours us sister was here. She was the her sister was the active duty member. And she was here, taking care of her, and it was nothing to do with cancer. And then there was another couple from Hawaii, and we will go bowling with them all the time. And it was her their daughter wasn't hospital for some kind of. His nother issue, I'm not want to get into this Pacific. But none of it's, you know, everybody's got their own issues. There's amputees here that need to get their physical therapy. And they're everybody's uprooted from there. Normal support network in their normal routines, and just being able to have friendly faces in even. Like. The housekeeping staff is so awesome like Tyrone has been Bob loves him. They always. Whenever they see each other. They go running toward each other, give chiller hug. They're also nice and courteous to little man. And he's normally a lot more outgoing than he is right now. As little fee in a little shy. But. You know it's. She's been great to have. Somebody to talk to..

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"With your host, Mary, Walter from Washington DC. Well just to find out about it was a surprise to begin with, because with my dad being so sick. We were gonna come anyway. But we didn't know where we would. Stay and my husband was like just put it on my credit card. I was like, you know, we'll pay for it later, Bill. Stebbins daughter, Leslie was welcome to the Fisher houses. Well to be close and keep her mom company while dad was in the DC VA hospital when we came, we were shocked, and they said, oh, there's a place you can stay, so even if it was just like a little room that you could stay in. You would be thankful for free. That's this close to the hospital and you don't have to drive in Washington DC, but it's a really nice room a really nice atmosphere and have food they have. A place where you can do your laundry. And there are a lot of people you can talk to that are also going through difficult times, and you kind of feel camaraderie and I don't know if I'm allowed to say this, but people pray for each other here. It's really a blessing and it lifts you up. You know, when you're going through hard time, and I can't even describe it. And since we found out about Fisher house. I mean we've been telling everybody about it, and how great it is. Thank you for supporting Fisher house because a families love is good myths. And I'm Mary, Walter. And this is home away from home the Fisher. House story brought to you by fisherhouse dot org, where you can learn more and find a way to help our military families when they need it most. Army staff sergeant Chris Gruber and his wife, Amandus four year old son, Bob was diagnosed with non Hodgkin's lymphoma, while his dad was active duty overseas. And he's been at Walter Reed and Bethesda with his family ever since. I'm active duty. We were stationed in Germany. I'm alpha five seven eight and they minute backed us as soon as they discovered, what was discovered his diagnosis, and we came here. Three three months ago. Stand. I mean we don't have any. They haven't given us our new, compassionate, reassignment borders. Yet, still working that out compassionate resigned ranch and determining where they can give his the proper care for him. And where I can go to fill my duties. So when we first got here, we were impatient. He was impatient. And we got the welcome packet was actually on a weekend. So we got the welcome packet from the duty office at. Walter Reed, had our key all kinds of information about the base and all that. We got in late. So the next day we went over to the Fisher house brought our bags over there. And I was really cleaned. Well organized it was nice that there was a kitchen and places. I keep food and laundry facilities, right there in the buildings, we didn't have to try to find a way to do laundry and then the the room was nice for us. Because it was just him. And I and grandma came down. So we had room for us that was good. And then. Then later after we arranged for the rest of the family to come. The gave us a bigger room comedy because, you know, of course that was the room that we were in was great for three people to half. Half. So small. Say as soon as they got here, they got us a new room so that they could accommodate us a lot better. So now we have a bigger room, which is super nice. Really thankful for every everything. They've done for us to help us. You're listening to home away from home the Fisher. House story brought to you by fisherhouse dot org with your host, Mary, Walter from Washington DC. Amanda. Bob's mom when we got to the Fisher house. Everybody was just very greedy very welcoming very nice place. There's a place outside for the kids to ride scooters. Place for them to just kind chill and hang out, it's nice that they have like once or twice a week barbecues where we don't have to cook or anything these providing food for you. My name is Matt. Bob's brother my reaction when I first came in the Fisher houses. Everyone was really nice. Mom's sister and my reaction when we came here. Was a lot of Cape there. And I like playing with people. Being along. So I think the biggest thing that's touched me is just how. How everybody is everybody has their own issues when they come here. Are their own. Family elements. And everybody is. It's really just a big really good network to be able to talk to other people and have that. Empathy. 'cause, you know exactly how they feel. They know exactly how you feel and it's a good support network is far as. Being able to reach out and just talk to somebody about it. Because anywhere else, you know, if it's a neighbor, and they got their own thing going on, and they don't really understand the whole process and the amount of time that you need to focus on ensuring that they get their treatment done properly. How much? It's going to be a part of your life through. For the next two years for us, it's going to be a lot of treatments that we're going to be going to. And then for him for the rest of his life. He's going to have to go get. Screened for what's going on with him? And it's not just it's not just cancer. You know it's. There was a friend of ours whose sister was here. She was her sister was the act of duty member. And she was here, taking care of her, and it was nothing to do with cancer. And then there was another couple from Hawaii, and we will go bowling with them all the time. And it was her their daughter wasn't hospital for some kind of. His nother issue, I'm not want to get into this facility, but. None of, you know, everybody's got their own issues. There's, there's amputees here that need to get their physical therapy, and they're everybody's uprooted from there. Normal support network in their normal routines, and just being able to have friendly faces in even. Like. The housekeeping staff is so awesome like Tyrone has been Bob loves him. They always. Whenever they see each other. They go running toward each other give each other hug. They're also nice and courteous to. Little man. He's normally a lot more outgoing than he is right now. He's as little feeling a little shy. But. You know it's. Has been great to have. Somebody to talk to. Somebody that understands. A difficult time. You're listening to home away from home the Fisher. House story brought to you by fisherhouse dot org with your host, Mary, Walter from Washington DC. The people that I've met. We do know somebody here who's going through cancer as well. I don't know how many times I hear that. She looks up to Bob, and she's an adult going through cancer. And she just tells me Bob's my hero. He's the reason that she wants to fight harder to get over her cancer, is because he's four going through cancer and doesn't even show, it, keenly, yesterday's not even slow down at a bit. Off the walls. I mean, there's amputees that, you know, are having a rough time and they even look up to Bob. Makes them wanna fight harder. Like he I, I, I would say, literally Bob's big support for everybody here because they see him and they're just like oh man. He's going through cancer, and I'm not. But.

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"House foundation. My husband is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in nineteen Fifty-three after two years of service. And he we were married and moved to Minnesota where he is from. But at the present time, I'm living in the Shenandoah valley in new market Virginia. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have a procedure done that's called a micro Val clip. And it was successful in a way, but gradually it started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December. And we were here for a couple of weeks at the Fisher house, and we were released on December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse as far as the valve leaking. And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve in his heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here. It's five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home. That's surely stebbins describing the stebbins family. Military story and what the Fisher house has meant to them. Oh. It's been a real comfort because we're from we live in the country and the traffic here would be so difficult to find a motel and then to be able to afford a motel after you've found it we have had food here. You can it's so many things they've given us and also you can wash clothes they have every thing you could possibly want here to help you. Plus they have programs. We did a painting class. We've they have making jewellery kind of a class. She has programs just periodically to take your mind off of you know, your problems. I can't think of a thing that they haven't thought of you know, we it's just everything you need is here. Plus, everyone is very friendly. And we've been here a month and. We've gotten to know everybody in the hospital and everybody.

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"My husband is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in nineteen Fifty-three after two years of service. And he we were married and moved to Minnesota working is from. But at the present time living in the Shenandoah valley and new market for tenure. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have a procedure done that's called a micro, Val clip and. It was successful in a way but gradually it started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December. And we were here for a couple of weeks, the Fisher house, and we were released on December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse as far as the valve leaking. And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve in his heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home. That's Shirley stebbins describing the Stephens family military story, and what the Fisher house has meant to them. Oh. It's been a real comfort because we're from we live in the country and the traffic here would be so difficult to find a motel and then to be able to afford a motel after he found it. We have had food here. You can it's so many things they've given us and also you can wash clothes they have every thing you could possibly want here. To help you. Plus they have programs. We did a painting class. We've they have making jewellery kind of the class. She has programs just periodically to take your mind off of you know, if your problems. I can't think of a thing that they haven't thought of you know, we it's just everything you need is here. Plus, everyone is very friendly and we've been here month and. We've gotten to know everybody in the hospital and everybody here, and we feel comfortable here. And it's safe. You only have to walk about a block to the hospital and it's all on sidewalks. And there's just there's nothing in the building is very secure you have your own.

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"My husband is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in nineteen Fifty-three after two years of service. And he we were married and moved to Minnesota where he is from. But at the present time, I'm living in the Shenandoah valley in new market Virginia. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have a procedure done that's called a micro clip. And it was successful in a way, but gradually it started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December, and we were here for a couple of weeks at the Fisher house, and we were released by December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse as far as the valve leaking. And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve in his heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here. It's five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home. That's surely stebbins describing the stebbins family military. Story. And with the Fisher house has meant to them. It's been a real comfort because we're from we live in the country and the traffic here would be so difficult to find a motel and then to be able to afford a motel after you've found it. We have had food here. You can. It's so many things they've given us and also you can wash clothes they have every thing you could possibly want here to help you. Plus they have programs. We did a painting class. We they have making jewellery kind of a class. She has programs just periodically to take your mind off of you know, if your problems. I can't think of a thing that they haven't thought of you know, we it's just everything you need is here. Plus, everyone is very friendly and we've been here month and. We've gotten to know everybody in the hospital and everybody here, and we feel comfortable here. And it's safe. You only have to walk about a block to the hospital and it's all on sidewalks. And there's just there's nothing in the building is very secure you have your own two key. And if you if you don't have the key you can't get in and you can't get in your room either. If you don't have cheese. So if we feel very safe here, I think that my daughter, and I have been here on a Sunday when nobody but us what's here as far as people that are missing here, and you feel perfectly safe, and that is something, you know, in this area that you can feel that way fisherhouse has been such a blessing to us, and that's the truth. You're listening to home away from home. The Fisher house story brought to you by fisherhouse dot org with your host Mary. Walter from Washington DC. Well, just to find out about it was a surprise to begin with because with my dad being so sick, we were gonna come. Anyway, that we didn't know where we would stay and my husband was like just put it on my credit card was like, you know, we'll pay for it later Bill..

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"My husband is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in nineteen Fifty-three after two years of service. And he we were married and moved to Minnesota where he goes from. But at the present time, I'm living in the Shenandoah valley in new market Virginia. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have a procedure done that's called a microbial clip. And. It was successful in a way but gradually it started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December. And we were here for a couple of weeks at the Fisher house, and we were released on December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse as far as the valve leaking. And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve in his heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home. That's Shirley stebbins describing the stebbins family military story, and what the Fisher house has meant to them. Oh. It's been a real comfort because we're from we live in the country and the traffic here would be so difficult to find a motel and then to be able to afford a motel after you found it. We have had food here. You can it's so many things they've given us and also you can wash clothes they have every thing you could possibly want here..

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"My husband is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in nineteen fifty three after two years of service. And he we were married and moved to Minnesota where he is from. But at the present time, I'm living in the Shenandoah valley in new market Virginia. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have a procedure done that's called a micro microbial clip, and it was successful in a way, but gradually started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December, and we were here for a couple of weeks at the Fisher house, and we were released on December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse as far as the valve leaking. And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve in his heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here. It's five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home. That's surely stebbins describing the stebbins family. Military story and what the Fisher house has meant to them. Oh. It's been a real comfort because we're from we live in the country and the traffic here would be so difficult to find a motel and then to be able to afford a motel after you found it. We have had food here. You can it's so many things they've given us and also you can wash clothes they have every thing you could possibly want here..

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in one thousand nine hundred eighty three after two years of service, and he we were married and moved to Minnesota where he is from. But at the present time, I'm living in the Shenandoah valley in new market Virginia. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have a procedure done that's called a micro clip. And it was successful in a way, but gradually it started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December, and we were here for a couple of weeks at the Fisher house, and we were released on December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse as far as the valve. Leaking? And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve in his heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here. It's five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home. That's surely stebbins describing the stebbins family military story, and what the Fisher house has meant to them. Oh. It's been a real comfort because we're from we live in the country and the traffic here would be so difficult to find a motel and then to be able to afford a motel after you've found it. We have had food here. You can it's so many things they've given us and also you can wash clothes..

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Husband is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in one thousand nine hundred eighty three after two years of service, and he we were married and moved to Minnesota where he is from. But at the present time living in the Shenandoah valley in new market Virginia. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have a procedure done that's called a micro clip. And it was successful in a way, but gradually it started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December, and we were here for a couple of weeks at the Fisher house, and we were released on December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse as far as the valve leaking. And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve in his heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home. That surely stebbins describing the stebbins family. Military story and what the Fisher house has meant to them. It's been a real comfort because we're from we live in the country. And the traffic here would be so difficult to find a motel and then to be able to afford a motel after you found it. We have had food here. You can. It's so many things.

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"My husband is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in one thousand nine hundred eighty three after two years of service, and he we were married and moved to Minnesota where he is from. But at the present time, I'm living in the Shenandoah valley and new market Virginia. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have a procedure done that's called a microbial clip. And it was successful in a way, but gradually it started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December, and we were here for a couple of weeks at the Fisher house, and we were released on December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse as far as the. Valve leaking. And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve in his heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here. It's five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home that surely stebbins describing the Stephens family military story, and what the Fisher house has meant to them. It's been a real comfort because we're from we live in the country and the traffic here would be so difficult to find a motel and then to be able to afford a motel after you found it. We have had food here. You can it's so many things they've given us and also you can wash clothes they have every thing you could possibly want here to help you. Plus they have programs. We did a painting class. We they have making jewellery kind of a class. She.

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on KGO 810

"House foundation. My husband is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in nineteen Fifty-three after two years of service. And he we were married and moved to Minnesota where he is from. But at the present time, I'm living in the Shenandoah valley in new market Virginia. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have a procedure done that's called a micro clip. And it was successful in a way, but gradually it started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December. And we were here for a couple of weeks at the Fisher house, and we were released on December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse far as the valve leaking. And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve in his heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home. That's surely stebbins describing the stebbins fam-. Military story and what the Fisher house has meant to them. It's been a real comfort because we're from we live in the country. And the traffic here would be so difficult to find a motel and then to be able to afford a motel after you've found it. We have had food here. You can it's so many things they've given us and also you can wash clothes they have every thing you could possibly want here to help you. Plus they have programs. We did a painting class. We they have making jewellery kind of a class. She has programs just periodically to take your mind off of you know, if your problems. I can't think of saying that they haven't thought of you know, we it's just everything you need is here. Plus, everyone is very friendly. And we've been here a month and. We've gotten to know everybody in the hospital and everybody here, and we feel comfortable here. And.

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"My husband is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in nineteen Fifty-three after two years of service. And he we were married and moved to Minnesota where he is from. But at the present time, I'm living in the Shenandoah valley in new market Virginia. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have the procedure one that's called a micro, Val clip and. It was successful in a way but gradually it started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December. And we were here for a couple of weeks at the Fisher house, and we were released on December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse as far as valve leafing. And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve in his heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here. It's five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home that surely stebbins describing stebbins family military story, and what the Fisher house has meant to them. It's been a real comfort because we're from we live in the country and the traffic here would be so difficult to find a motel and then to be able to afford a motel after found it. We have had food here. You can it's so many things they've given us and also you can wash clothes they have every thing you could possibly want here to help you..

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"My husband is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in nineteen Fifty-three three after two years of service. And he we were married and moved to Minnesota where he is from. But at the present time, I'm living in the Shenandoah valley in new market Virginia. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have a procedure done that's called a micro microbial clip, and it was successful in a way, but gradually it started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December. And we were here for a couple of weeks at the Fisher house, and we were released on December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse as far as the bow. Valve leaking. And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve in his heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here. It's five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home that Shirley stebbins describing the stebbins family military story, and what the Fisher house has meant to them. Oh. It's been a real comfort because we're from we live in the country and the traffic here would be so difficult to find a motel and then to be able to afford a motel after you've found it. We have had food here. You can. It's so many things they've given us and also you can wash clothes they have every thing you could possibly want here to help you. Plus they have programs. We did a painting class. They have making jewellery kind of class. She has programs just periodically to take your mind off of you know, your problems. I can't think of a thing that they haven't thought of you know, we it's just everything you need is here. Plus, everyone is very friendly. And we've been here a month and. We've gotten to know everybody in the hospital and everybody here, and we feel comfortable here. And it's safe. You only have to walk about a block to the hospital and it's all on sidewalks. And there's just there's nothing in the building is very secure you have your own key. And if you if you don't have a key you can't get in and you can't get in your room either. If you don't have cheese. So we feel very safe here. I.

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Fisher house foundation. My husband is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in nineteen fifty three after two years of service. And he we were married and moved to Minnesota where he is from. But at the present time, I'm living in the Shenandoah valley in new market Virginia. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have a procedure done that's called a micro Val clip. And it was successful in a way, but gradually started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December, and we were here for a couple of weeks at the Fisher house, and we were released on December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse as far as the valve leaking. And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve minutes heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here. It's five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home. That's surely stebbins describing the stebbins fam-. Demilitary story. And what the Fisher house has meant to them. Oh. It's been a real comfort because we're.

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Foundation. My husband is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in nineteen fifty three after two years of service. And he we were married and moved to Minnesota where he is from. But at the present time, I'm living in the Shenandoah valley in new market Virginia. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have a procedure done that's called a micro Val clip. And it was successful in a way, but gradually started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December, and we were here for a couple of weeks at the Fisher house, and we were released on December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse as far as the valve. Leaping. And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve in his heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here. It's five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home that surely stebbins describing the Stephens family. Military story and what the Fisher house has meant to them. Oh. It's been a real comfort because we're from we live in the country and the traffic here would be so difficult to find a motel and then to be able to afford a motel after you found it. We have had food here. You can. It's so many things they've given us and also you can wash clothes they have every thing you could possibly want here to help you. Plus they have programs. We did a painting class. We they have making jewellery kind of a class. She.

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Fisher house foundation. My husband is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in nineteen Fifty-three after two years of service. And he we were married and moved to Minnesota where he is from. But at the present time, I'm living in the Shenandoah valley in new market for junior. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have a procedure done that's called a micro bell clip, and it was successful in a way, but gradually started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December, and we were here for a couple of weeks at the Fisher house, and we were released on December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse as far as the valve. Leaking? And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve in his heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here. It's five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home. That's surely stebbins describing the Stephens family military story, and what the Fisher house has meant to them. Oh. It's been a real comfort because we're from we live in the country and the traffic here would be so difficult to find a motel and then to be able to afford a motel after you found it. We have had food here. You can it's so many things they've given us and also you can wash clothes they have every thing you could possibly want here to help you. Plus, they have programs painting class. We've they have making jewellery kind of a class. She.

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"bill stebbins" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"bill stebbins" Discussed on KTRH

"Foundation. My husband is Bill stebbins. And he was in the army in Virginia. He was released in nineteen Fifty-three after two years of service. And he we were married and moved to Minnesota where he is from. But at the present time, I'm living in the Shenandoah valley in new market Virginia. He was having a problem with his mitral valve leaking. And he came here to have a procedure done that's called a micro bell clip, and it was successful in a way, but gradually it started leaking again. And when he had that fixed it was in December. And we were here for a couple of weeks at the Fisher house, and we were released on December fifteen and gradually through these preceding months, he got worse and worse as far as the valve. Sleeping. And so he came here a month ago to have open heart surgery to repair his the valve in his heart. He has had some complications from his surgery. We have been here. It's five weeks. I think today he's progressing now doing better. And so we're looking forward to when he can go home that Shirley stebbins describing the stebbins family military story, and what the Fisher house has meant to them. Oh. It's been.

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