Get well soon, Sam

Get well soon, Sam

getwellWe’re glad to report that Secretary Reed’s surgery for kidney cancer went well this morning – and he’s on track to be back to his busy self soon.

The staff here will miss our boss while he’s out of the office … he will be in the hospital for a few days and then at home to recuperate for a couple of weeks.

Dave Ammons sent out more on Reed’s surgery earlier today, and his announcement of cancer last week.

Feel free to leave Secretary Reed a note of encouragement in the comments section below, and we’ll be sure he gets them.

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83 thoughts on “Get well soon, Sam

  1. Glad to hear you’re feeling better, Sam – and your breakfast sure sounded good!!! LOL! Rest-up and here’s hoping you feel better soon! =)

  2. Take advantage of the time off, Sam — you’ll be back in the office before you know it! Relax and enjoy (in between recovering quickly, that is!) 🙂

  3. I hear scotch and cigars are fabulous for recovering from kidney surgery. Daytime television is counter-indicated so I’d find some good books, if I were you.

  4. Wishing you speedy recovery Sam . (Well, nobody is expressing any sympathy to the “lone kidney” who has lost his twin).

  5. Donating an organ to help out with the deficit, now that’s creative budgeting. Way to lead by example, Sam! Feel better soon. 🙂

  6. As if you could do anything BUT come out of surgery with flying colors – that’s just the way you roll, right? 🙂 Glad to hear everything went well and hope you recover just as remarkably – the office just doesn’t shine as bright without your smile around.

  7. We have rescheduled for April 5th so I guess there will be no April’s Fool jokes for us this year. Looking forward to more great reports of your recovery!

  8. All of us here at your “old” office are thinking of you and wishing you a speedy recovery!!

  9. Best recovery wishes to you from the folks here at the Evergreen Radio Reading Service; we hope to see you here in the studios again some time soon.

  10. Congratulations on a successful surgery, Sam! Follow doctor’s orders and take care of yourself FIRST.

  11. Congratulations on a successful surgery, Sam! follow doctor’s orders and take care of yourself, FIRST.

    We’re behind you!

  12. Sam,
    We are thinking of you and wishing you the best. Sam only you could turn a “mono” kidney situation into a negative for the rest of us! We all love you in Franklin. Take Care

  13. Good Luck with your recovery! I’m looking forward to hearing that the pathology report is all clear.

  14. Sam, glad to hear everything turned out well. Here’s to wishing you a speedy recovery so you can get back up and around. We miss you!!! Take Care and I know Miss Margie will be there to make sure you do what you are suppose to!!!

  15. Hope our only mono-kidneyed NASS member is recovering nicely! Sounds like you are coming through this challenge with your usual wit and aplomb. Try not to drive Margie crazy as you are forced to slow down and relaaaaxxxx for a few days. 🙂

  16. Hope you get well soon. I amazed your not already emailing. Hope you’ll be well enough for the waterslides at Grandmound in May. Take care and listen to the Doctor and don’t over do it just because you feel better.

  17. Sam – so glad you get to go home where it’s nice and cosy. I hope you get to be by the window and enjoy the beautiful day we’re having today.

  18. Sam, I’m so glad that surgery went well. Home is were the heart is and the speedy healing begins! The magic of family and friends go a long way with the healing process. The twins saw the news report about you and were concerned. I assured them you were going to be just fine. Many prayers have and continue to go out for you and your family. Take care and best wishes!

  19. Sam,
    John and I are so glad your surgery went well and the prognosis is so good. Knowing you, now that a week has passed since your surgery, you are probably starting to get a bit of cabin fever. Keep resting – you will heal faster. When Margie starts encouraging you to go back to work, that is when you will know you are ready. Take care.

  20. Good afternoon Secretary Reed,

    I am happy to know that everything when well with your surgery.


    Elsa Mangual, secretary to Secretary Cortés

  21. Greetings Secretary Reed!

    I am relieved to hear that you are progressing well and that you are speedily recovering. NASS meetings wouldn’t be the same without you. Take care and see you soon.

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