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Parsch family counts blessings


Dear Editor,

As we approach November, our family is once again reminded of God's infinite goodness. November 5th marks one year since Kaleb's accident. How one year has gone so quickly is beyond all of us, but God has carried us through.

Kaleb is doing wonderfully and has full use of both of his arms. The expertise of the doctors who performed his facial surgeries has left him looking exactly as he did before the accident. We continue to thank God for all of the prayers and love that so generously poured out upon our whole family, not only at the time of his accident but that continued through the many long months of his recovery.

The love and support we experienced will remain in our hearts forever; our thanks and gratitude to all of you from the bottom of our hearts. You will never be forgotten.

May God bless you through our prayers as you so generously blessed us through yours.

Editor's note: Kaleb Parsch was severely injured when his clothing became entangled in a power take off unit while digging post holes with his dad for the construction of a new barn on their Goodland Township farm. Kaleb underwent several surgeries and intensive physical therapy and has made an amazing recovery.

Lou and Sand Parsch, Chelsea, Lucas, Kaleb, Allison and Seth, Goodland Twp.
November 05, 2008

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