Janet Wukman and Ray Meyers were married this weekend at the Sugarland Methodist Church. Chris Henderson served as best man. In Chris's toast to Janet and Ray, he took a stroll through memory lane of his single days with Ray, and how they used to patrol Houston's dance spots looking for eligible females together. He then introduced Janet as the woman who captured Ray's heart, first as a friend, and then as the love of his life. Chris said he would miss Ray's company on his night's about the town, but assured us that he would try to carry on without him.
Janet and Ray performed a wedding waltz (choreographed by our own Sharon Crawford and Pat Steerman). It was beautiful, of course!! Janet beamed happily and tried not to backlead (A bad habit acquired by some of the ladies on the performance team). Ray did a masterful job considering that he has only had 2 months of waltz classes and was extremely nervous. Janet admitted that when they disappeared from the reception, it was to find a room to practice in prior to their performance. (Do they sound like members of an exhibition dance team--trying to get in that last few minutes of practice!?!?!?)
Attending from Heartbeat: Susie and Bill Merrill, Sharon Crawford, Pat Steerman, Anita Williams, Brian White, Tony Catalano, Karen Day.
(Hazel) Cyr's Father is Getting Better!
Theresa Hazel and
Tim Cyr were married a little over a month ago on June 17th. In a
frightening moment, Theresa's father suffered a heart attack during
the wedding. Here is an update:
Rick, Sharon Russell had sent you a message about Tim's and my wedding on June 17th, and about my dad's heart attack during the reception. I wanted to send you an update on my dad's condition, and was wondering if you could post this with our wedding
announcement under the Heard It Through The Grapevine.
I am very grateful and relieved to
let you know that my dad is doing well.
Although heís still moving a little slow, he continues to
improve physically and emotionally every day.
It wonít be long before heís back to his usual routine of
being on the run. He
really is a miracle!!! I
know that all the prayers of those at the reception, and all those who
heard about this difficult event, are the reason he is still
alive!!!!!! Itís truly
a miracle he survived this heart attack, as my Dad has been through
two open heart surgeries before this attack!!!
God is sooooo good!!! Heís
given our family another chance to be together and to have my dad in
our lives. My family, Tim
and I donít know how to thank everyone who has supported and prayed
for us during this trying time. Please
know that we appreciate all youíve done, and we will keep you in our
prayers of thanks and gratitude.
Theresa (Hazel) Cyr
University Career Services
University of Houston
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