On Monday, my father woke up not feeling well. He was very weak and nauseated feeling. He had been having bleeding in his stool for the past few weeks, and losing alot of blood. His doctor kept putting it off as hemrhoid trouble, and after a about a week and a half, my father called and told him that it wasn't getting any better and that he was losing alot of blood. The doctor told him that he would be sheduling an appointment with a specialist in Lansing. A week after that, still no response. They ran tests on him all day Monday, admitted him Monday evening, and gave him a transfusion. Tuesday morning, they had him up, and helped him from a chair to the bed. He went into silence, went to sleep, and has not woke up yet. No response to voices, and no reaction to people trying to awake him. They think its from the amount of toxins in his system as his liver is weak. He has scerosis (he was never a drinker) and it is figured that it is due to a contraction of Hepatitis when he was in the Korean war. This afternoon (Wednesday), we learned that he had a heart attack this morning. This evening, the cardiologist came in and informed us that it was a major one, and the prognosis is not good. There is too much stuff going on at once, that is putting strain on him. They can't give him blood thinners because of the bleeding, (which has about desisted), but they have given him something called "something" blockers" and a nitro drip. These are supposed to relieve the stress on his heart. What I am asking here,.....and begging, is for him to have the opportunity to be in your prayers. This man is truly my Hero, and is loved by all. I am not ready to lose him because at the 40 years that I have been around him, I still have so much to learn. He is one of those guys that can do anything, fix anything, and build anything. He puts his heart into everything he does, and is a true giver when it comes to helping people. He has taught me so much, but I still have so much to learn. He is truly a proven provider for the family and the man that I wish I can be when I reach his age. I thank all of you.