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Paneristi's are tough

pamdoc
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March 13th, 2018, 3:27 pm #1

Our good friend and veteran Panersti is now at home recuperating from a re-plumbing of of his stout heart ( aka-triple by-pass/CABG).
He has a really sharp doc who picked up on some really, really subtle symptoms and the team got him through the bypass before the heart attack (the big one) happened and muscle loss occurred. How about a collective "get well" to him and "happy days" to his lovely wife and family!
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DONAG
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March 13th, 2018, 6:11 pm #2

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March 13th, 2018, 7:10 pm #3

Our good friend and veteran Panersti is now at home recuperating from a re-plumbing of of his stout heart ( aka-triple by-pass/CABG).
He has a really sharp doc who picked up on some really, really subtle symptoms and the team got him through the bypass before the heart attack (the big one) happened and muscle loss occurred. How about a collective "get well" to him and "happy days" to his lovely wife and family!
I thought therefore I wrote it-Not). Thanks Don for picking that omission up!

Mike Mckay is home and recuperating after surgery on Monday.
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JohnCoburn
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March 13th, 2018, 8:14 pm #4

I was worried that you were referring to yourself. Glad Mike is doing well!
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March 13th, 2018, 9:30 pm #5

I thought therefore I wrote it-Not). Thanks Don for picking that omission up!

Mike Mckay is home and recuperating after surgery on Monday.
One of my oldest watch pals! Get better. [nt]
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March 13th, 2018, 9:40 pm #6

I thought therefore I wrote it-Not). Thanks Don for picking that omission up!

Mike Mckay is home and recuperating after surgery on Monday.
best wishes to him on a speedy recovery
Mike C, 312 NYC
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March 13th, 2018, 9:58 pm #7

Keep thinking that, anything else is too embarrassing-lol
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March 13th, 2018, 10:02 pm #8

I was worried that you were referring to yourself. Glad Mike is doing well!
Would appear the brain is well ahead of the heart. Mike did it the right way!
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March 13th, 2018, 11:03 pm #9

Our good friend and veteran Panersti is now at home recuperating from a re-plumbing of of his stout heart ( aka-triple by-pass/CABG).
He has a really sharp doc who picked up on some really, really subtle symptoms and the team got him through the bypass before the heart attack (the big one) happened and muscle loss occurred. How about a collective "get well" to him and "happy days" to his lovely wife and family!
Be well!
Always remember, you can’t buy class. -Dad
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March 14th, 2018, 1:02 am #10

Our good friend and veteran Panersti is now at home recuperating from a re-plumbing of of his stout heart ( aka-triple by-pass/CABG).
He has a really sharp doc who picked up on some really, really subtle symptoms and the team got him through the bypass before the heart attack (the big one) happened and muscle loss occurred. How about a collective "get well" to him and "happy days" to his lovely wife and family!
Get well soon.
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March 14th, 2018, 5:04 am #11

Our good friend and veteran Panersti is now at home recuperating from a re-plumbing of of his stout heart ( aka-triple by-pass/CABG).
He has a really sharp doc who picked up on some really, really subtle symptoms and the team got him through the bypass before the heart attack (the big one) happened and muscle loss occurred. How about a collective "get well" to him and "happy days" to his lovely wife and family!
Here's to a speedy recovery Mike! Sending good thoughts and prayers your way!!!
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roadkingsteve
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March 14th, 2018, 10:34 am #12

Our good friend and veteran Panersti is now at home recuperating from a re-plumbing of of his stout heart ( aka-triple by-pass/CABG).
He has a really sharp doc who picked up on some really, really subtle symptoms and the team got him through the bypass before the heart attack (the big one) happened and muscle loss occurred. How about a collective "get well" to him and "happy days" to his lovely wife and family!
Feel well soon Mike.
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March 14th, 2018, 2:44 pm #13

Our good friend and veteran Panersti is now at home recuperating from a re-plumbing of of his stout heart ( aka-triple by-pass/CABG).
He has a really sharp doc who picked up on some really, really subtle symptoms and the team got him through the bypass before the heart attack (the big one) happened and muscle loss occurred. How about a collective "get well" to him and "happy days" to his lovely wife and family!
Have a speedy recovery Mike! nt
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March 18th, 2018, 10:57 pm #14

Our good friend and veteran Panersti is now at home recuperating from a re-plumbing of of his stout heart ( aka-triple by-pass/CABG).
He has a really sharp doc who picked up on some really, really subtle symptoms and the team got him through the bypass before the heart attack (the big one) happened and muscle loss occurred. How about a collective "get well" to him and "happy days" to his lovely wife and family!
Doc J - nice to see you again dear friend that muscle can’t stand atrophy - Prayers DU (nt
Ohhhh So Much MORE than just a Watch 🤩 it’s the mates behind the Watch & the “Mateships” we create that simply Blows me “Away” ❤️

Cheers Beers & Hoo Roo Hammer 🔨 🇦🇺♿️👍🏻
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March 19th, 2018, 12:02 am #15

Our good friend and veteran Panersti is now at home recuperating from a re-plumbing of of his stout heart ( aka-triple by-pass/CABG).
He has a really sharp doc who picked up on some really, really subtle symptoms and the team got him through the bypass before the heart attack (the big one) happened and muscle loss occurred. How about a collective "get well" to him and "happy days" to his lovely wife and family!
Speedy recovery and may good health be with you Mike!!
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