Friday, August 05, 2011
Heart woes plague father as plans for Cass funeral finalized
"The unsolved death of 11-year-old Celina Cass — whose body will be laid out in a pink casket, her favorite color — is “killing her father,” who was bedridden yesterday with exhaustion and severe heart problems, according to the girl’s grandmother.
'Today was not good,' Marcia Laro, the mother of Celina’s dad, Adam Laro, told the Herald yesterday. 'His heart is critical. He was supposed to have open-heart surgery, but he’s too weak for it. . . . His health is very bad.'
Adam Laro suffered congestive heart failure and spent more than a week in a coma prior to Celina’s disappearance the night of July 25. He left the hospital last week and made a public plea for her return — against doctors’ advice, his family said...."
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If your community experience a similar crisis, is your church prepared to help the community cope with the crisis? What can it do to prepare to minister to the community in a time of crisis?
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 10:36 AM