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Margaret’s Story

We would like to say Thank you for all the love, support and prayers you have given us. 

We are often asked how you can help.  We have a benefit account set up for Margaret and you are welcome to send a contribution to help with her medical bills, trips to therapy.  You may send to the Margaret Romph Benefit Fund Central Bank  238 Madison St.   Jefferson City, Mo 65109 ATTN: Lisa

Thanks again for all your support.

On Friday, Jan 2nd, 2009 Sherline was working at McDonalds when Erin, Margaret and Grandma Kay came to visit her. Shortly after leaving they were in a very serious car accident. Sherline saw the ambulance and fire trucks go by her work and immediately felt sick. She called Erin and no one answered. She called Kay 's phone and was told she needed to come to the scene. When she got to the scene, they would not let her see Margaret. Erin and Grandma Kay were taken to St. Mary's to be treated and were released. Margaret was life-flighted to the University. She is suffering from severe head trama, where they had to shunt her head to release pressure. Other injuries were 2 broken femurs and a broken neck. She is in the pediatric intensive care at the University. The doctors say that it is too early to give a prognosis but if she does make it through this she will probably be paralyzed from the neck down. The extent of the head trauma is unknown at this time. Please pray for a miracle for they do happen. Our faith is strong but we need the circle of prayers to embrace the family during this difficult time. Sherline, Eric, Erin, Katharine, Patrick, and Margaret need our support!

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Please say some prayers for Margaret. We stayed home from school today. She says she is not feeling well and while we really have no symptoms she does look pale and she is sleeping quite a bit so hoping she is not trying to get sick. Thanks.

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Suzanne Davenport
By SuziD
Prayers for you sweet girl from Mississippi
Jennifer Green
By Jennifer Green
Praying Margaret is feeling better asap.
Jennifer Green
c.o.l.e's prayer team
www.colesfoundation.org/
Pamela Schilz
By Pam Schilz
Praying for Margaret.
Jeanne Leder
By Jeanne Leder
Prayers are a-goin'!! We certainly don't want sweet Margaret to get sick! Thanks for letting us know.
God be with you all, especially Margaret.
Jeanne <><
Elaine Mattingly
By Elaine Mattingly
I hope she feels better before the day is over.
Kate Thompson
By Kate Thompson
Sending hugs and love. Hope you feel better quickly Margaret.

Love,
Kate
Sandy Daron
By Sandy
I pray she is not coming down with something!

Love ya,
C.O.L.E.s Foundation
(Caring Openly, Loving Eternally)
www.colesfoundation.org
www.kidsunitetofight.com
www.colespages.org
Email: sandy@colesfoundation.com