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Paul Pease: Community support in a crisis

On Feb. 4 I was taken by ambulance to Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital due to chest pains and shortness of breath caused by pneumonia and respiratory failure.

I would like to express my love and thanks to the hospital staff, the ambulance team, the paramedics Chief James Bierwagen and the Opher Hill Fire Department. I also want to thank Cheryl and Lynn Miller and family and Twin Cities Church for their prayers. I am grateful to my brother Robert Pease and Pastor Brett for visiting me and providing transportation home on Feb. 10.

Thank you and God bless all.



Paul Andrew Pease

Grass Valley


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