Matthew Claussen, MD, DAAAM ▪ Jill E. Pechacek, MD, FAAFP, DAAAM
Cassandra Workman, MD ▪ Shane Tong, DO
Bau Tran, PA-C, PharmD. ▪ Summer Tangeman, PA-C
Jason Perrow, PA-C ▪ Ashley Birger, PA-C
Lisa Krowl, BSN, RN
CaringBridge for Jill Pechacek
As many of our patients and community members are aware Jill Pechacek, our dear friend and provider has recently been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
A CaringBridge website has been set up so that her family can communicate with everyone who has been thinking and praying for Jill and her family.
As you all know Jill is a very strong and determined woman and mother. She is going to focus on staying healthy by resting, focusing on treatment and healing, and spending every minute with her kids. She is reading the CareBridge posts so that is the best way to offer her your love and encouragement.
Please join OUR TEAM by wearing PURPLE on Monday’s to show your support for Jill.
Thank you very much for all your support, thoughts and prayers.
The website is: www.caringbridge.org/visit/jillpechacek
Please join our Aspen Family Care team in the 29:11 challenge.
It would mean the world to Jill not only for everyone to take part in the 29:11 Challenge but also to send this to as many people as you can. How many different countries can we get to take part in this challenge. Let us know by posting the country you sent it to on our Facebook page or the CaringBridge website www.caringbridge.org/visit/jillpechacek . Getting the word out about the challenge definitely counts as an act of kindness.
Take Dr. Jill's 29:11 Challenge...........29 random acts of kindness in 11 days!
You are invited to take Dr. Jill's 29:11
Thank you so much for all the love and support that you have provided my family over these last few weeks! While this time has been very challenging, I have drawn so much hope and inspiration from each one of you. We have been blessed with so many acts of kindness, and while these kind acts are incredible, it is the thoughtfulness behind these acts that is truly the most amazing!
As I prepare to start my 2nd round of chemo tomorrow, I would like to issue a challenge to each of us. Let’s commit to performing at least 29 random acts of kindness to others (beyond me and my family) over the next 11 days. I think this would be a wonderful way to show the world the power of love and hope.
What a great opportunity for families, classrooms, teams, and offices to get together and come up with ways that they can positively impact the lives of others. I am especially excited to see what the children, teams and classrooms come up with.
For my family, we’ve agreed to a fall break homework assignment—see how many different ways we can bring a smile to someone. So far, the kids have come up with these ideas for the next 11 days: give at least 29 hugs to people each day; hand out home-made cards to people (even if we don’t know them); and always hold the door open for others.
If you are up to the challenge, I would love to read about the different ways our community is impacting others through these random acts of kindness. Let’s see if we can create at least 29 posts/day over the next 11 days of our acts of kindness. I am so excited to see what we come up with and I promise to read every one of your posts. I'm so excited to hear from you!
You may be wondering why “29 acts of kindness over the next 11 days”? Our motto is “God’s Got This” and is based on the Biblical verse Jeremiah 29:11 “ For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” This verse is especially inspiring to me, and I believe that God has provided us with the power to bring hope and encouragement into the lives of others by doing these acts of kindness.
I would love for this to go "viral." Please share our challenge with all of your family, friends, neighbors & colleagues......and post it on Facebook, Instagram or anywhere you feel comfortable.
You all have provided my family with great hope on this journey and we look forward to the future with our incredible extended family of prayer warriors!
God’s Got This!
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