Kerry Clements, 40, hospitalized in Little Rock, Ark., with a very serious condition.
Doug Graham, his wife Lisa, and 5-year-old daughter Natasha, living and working in Yangon, Myanmar. The city was devastated by the cyclone that struck on May 3. Please pray that he and his family are safe and for their basic needs in the months ahead.
Vicki Hutchinson of Springfield, Mo., requests your prayers.
Jane Winget, in deep depression and mourning from the death of her son last year.
Carol Anderson, 24978 State Hwy. N. 27, Dardanelle, AR 72834, recovering from cancer surgery and currently undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Please continue your prayers for her.
Dick Hull, 8325 W. Montgomery County Line Rd., Englewood, OH 45322, recovering from bladder cancer and undergoing chemotherapy treatments.
Joe Kirby, Bolivar, Mo., suffering from inoperable liver tumor.
Tanya Tacker, stepdaughter of Danny Akers, suffering with migraine headache since she fell and hit her head.
Janine Zionek-Witek, 165 Stanislaus St. No. 1, Buffalo, NY 14212, suffers from panic attacks.
Mike Anderson, 115 Tatum Salt Dr., Lumberton, MS 39455, rare brain cancer.
Mr. R.O. Bailey, 180 Bailey Dr., Summiton, AL 35148, pancreatic cancer.
Sarah Campbell Benson's daughter, 38, breast cancer moved to vertebrae.
Mary Lois Bierman, 16101 Windham Dr., Little Rock, Ark., Macular Degeneration.
Anthony Bokin, San Luis Obispo, Calif., recovering from surgery, ruptured spinal discs.
Richard Burrows, 21, 117 Willow Creek Rd., Vicksburg, MS 39183, cancer, on chemotherapy for life.
Sherra Campbell, Modesto, Calif., cancer.
Sam Cecala, Chicago area, fingers cut and fractured in snow-blower accident.
Norma Daulton, P.O. Box 365, Worthville, KY 41098, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Ginni Davis, 24, Washington, shoulder cancer spread through body.
Marie Davila, Houston, Texas, multiple medical problems.
Owen Diehl, 11, Chillicothe, Ohio, Burkitt's lymphoma, surgery recovery.
Kenda Dinwiddie, 19, lupus nephritis, too many white blood cells.
Daniel Levi Moody, 56, of Shawnee, Okla., died May 3, 2008, in a hospital. He was born July 7, 1951, in Oklahoma City to Levi Moody and Patsy Ruth (Stubbs) Moody. He graduated from Strothers High School in 1969 and attended East Central University in Ada. In 1976 he married Lisa Pemberton in Lawton, Okla.
Jane Creech of Big Sandy, Texas, died May 4, 2008, of cancer. She is survived by two sons and a daughter.
Thomas L. Williams, 84, of Fort Payne, Ala., died April 16, 2008, at his home on top of Lookout Mountain.
He was surrounded by his family. Survivors include his wife of more than 63 years, Sophia Marie Williams; three children, Thomas Earl "Tom" Williams of Lacey's Spring, Ala., and his wife Nancy (Tom attended Ambassador in Big Sandy, Texas, from 1965 to 1968), Gary Lee Williams of Birmingham, Ala., and Susan Elaine Cascio of Shreveport, La., and husband Nick; four siblings; two grandchildren, Thomas Earl Williams Jr., of Birmingham, Ala., and Emily Susanne Alley of Shreveport; and countless nieces and nephews.
Daniel worked 28 years with Motorola before retiring as a sales-team leader. Being a salesman was his lot in life and he was a genuine people person. Those characteristics showed in every aspect of his life. He was proud of being a member of the Galvin Masters, a highly regarded group within Motorola. He was also a longtime member of the Worldwide Church of God. In his own words, "It's all about a positive attitude and relationships!"
Preceding him in death were his mother, Patsy Ruth Moody, and stepmother, Evelyn Moody. Danny's life was his family and friends. Those who survive him are his wife, Lisa Moody, of the home; two sons, Brad Moody and wife Marcy of McLoud, Okla., and Blake Moody and wife Ashley of Midwest City, Okla.; twin grandsons, Parker Daniel Moody and Peyton Levi Moody; father, Levi Moody of Shawnee; one brother, David Moody and wife Pamela of Japan; two sisters, Rhonda Cain of Reno, Nev., and Deborah Hoosier and husband Jim of Fort Worth, Texas; three stepsisters, Karen Grace and husband Terry of Earlsboro, Okla., Elaine Armstrong of Oklahoma City and Linda Warden and husband Lynn of Seminole, Okla.; and several nieces, nephews, other family and friends.
Memorials can be made to the Dan Moody Athletic Scholarship Fund at any BancFirst location.
Mr. Williams was born Sept. 9, 1923, in Carbon Hill, Ala., to John Thomas Williams of Houston, Ala., and Lorena Ardella Belcher Williams of Mount Olive, Ala. He served in the U.S. Navy for 26, years, 1940-1967, and was a proud veteran of World War II. He was a fireman and fire inspector for the City of Miami, Fla., fire department for 24 years, 1948-1972. He was ordained in 1972 by the Worldwide Church of God.
Husband, father, brother, grandfather, uncle, comrade, minister and friend, we will miss you.