Ally Heintz

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PTC Aktion Club / Friday, June 1 2007 06:45 PM

So glad to hear Ally will be home again and that she is doing well. Our thoughts and prayers as always.

Pastor & Kathy Pearson / Friday, June 1 2007 11:06 AM

Hurray! We rejoice at the good news. Thanks be to God. And thanks to Ally for letting me play with her in ChildLife. Pastor and Kathy

kelli willoughby / Friday, June 1 2007 12:12 AM

I have been keeping up with Ally for some time now...I pray everyday for her and your daughter, sara, was a liver transplant patient there, so I know, too, how wonderful the staff is on the floor and in PICU...there were days I needed them for support and they provided for both sara and I...Rachel G-Smith for one...and many others...also in the BMT unit as well...I pray God will answer your prayers and Ally will be healed...God Speed

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Audrey / Thursday, May 31 2007 02:01 PM

Hi Ally! I will be in Pittsburg next month and I am hoping to spend a day visiting you. You are always in my prayers. Lots of hugs!

Jen Harmer / Wednesday, May 30 2007 11:44 PM

I am sorry to hear that Ally had to go back to Dupont, but so glad that you all had such a nice weekend. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.

Christina Hopkins / Wednesday, May 30 2007 10:15 PM

We will keep you all in our hearts and prayers. We love you all, Christina and family

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Pastor & Kathy Pearson / Wednesday, May 30 2007 10:29 AM

Jill & Shane, The roller coaster goes up and down for your family. We pray that God would grant Ally healing from the fever and the opportunity for the life giving transplant. We pray for you as parents, for Ashley as the big sister, and all your family for strength and courage. We pray for the families that will suffer loss when organs become available for transplant. We entrust all this into God's care. Pastor and Kathy Pearson

Vinnie Miller, Orl.FL / Wednesday, May 30 2007 10:00 AM

My heart goes out to all of you in the ups & downs of Ally's care. I know how hard it is to remain positive, but pray that God's perfect timing is done, & that you feel His arms of love surrounding you as your ordeal continues.

uni-brower / Wednesday, May 30 2007 03:57 AM

many prayers are being said-been thinking of all of you alot

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winky bergdoll / Tuesday, May 29 2007 06:22 PM

Thank you, Jesus, for giving another child a chance. Thank you, donor family for giving another child a chance. Thank you, Jesus, for allowing Ally to make it to the top of the list. Please richly bless the donor family for giving life when their child went home to be with you. Keep Ally and her family strong. In Jesus Name, AMEN

The Houcks / Tuesday, May 29 2007 11:37 AM

Your in our prayers. Please let us know if you need anything.

Lou & Cheryl Torres / Tuesday, May 29 2007 02:10 AM

We pray the Ally's call comes very soon and you are blessed with the joy of Ally getting her transplant. God bless you all.

Lou & Cheryl Torres / Tuesday, May 29 2007 02:06 AM

Subsequent to the

Sandy Maicher / Monday, May 28 2007 09:38 PM

As always we will continue to keep all of you in our prayers. Always know that I am here for you if you need me.

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Jalena / Sunday, May 27 2007 11:38 AM

Who is ally just wondering and you go to my school don't you??

Cris Matlack / Monday, May 21 2007 04:23 PM

What a great update! I just pray it goes on and on until you get the call for transplant! Love and joy to all!

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Tracy Lambeth / Saturday, May 19 2007 04:36 PM

Wow - I am thrilled to know that you will all be able to be home, even if it is just for a couple of days. May you find some peace and relaxation while you are there. Keep fighting those insurance companies and make sure the hospitals DO call you back. If there is anything the rest of us can do - please post it on your site. We all want to help in any way we can. I will continue to keep you all in my prayers and will do the same for your friends Gavin, John and Kierra. God Bless, Tracy

mandee / Saturday, May 19 2007 03:17 PM

hey baby girl, i'm sorry to hear about your poor cute little feet and wrists all bruised up, that's no fun. i hope you feel better and i'll be praying for you. i love you baby girl and say hi to ashley for me. hopefully aunt jeanne will bring me up to see you guys sometime! love you all

Colleen B / Saturday, May 19 2007 01:55 AM

Jill - I have been following Ally's health since a pancake breakfaset over a year ago. You are the bravest woman and mother I know. In every posting you have made- the same with your husband - you show such grace and spirit. You are so spiritual and it is a blessing that I can pray for Ally and your family.I have two healthy children and your example has given me more strength and patience as a mother. I give my children an extra hug and kiss at night and pray for your children as well. I pray that you and your family keep strong! Colleen Gilbertsville

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Diane & Dan / Friday, May 18 2007 04:14 PM

Jill, Shane, Ashley & Ally--we continue to keep you in our prayers. May God give you the strength to get through this difficult time and help Ally to get well and be her smiling self again. That black cloud will go away and brighter, happier days are ahead. May your faith pull you through.

steph / Friday, May 18 2007 02:34 PM

Jill, I am sorry things are so rough right now. As for

Pastor Carl, Lois, Anne Wenzel / Friday, May 18 2007 01:49 PM

What hardship you still have, and what courage, especially when hope is hard to hold on to. Sorry for your trials, but glad you can share and receive our prayers. JIll, your harship praying for Aly's transplant is so understandable, painful. Can I offer this: that God would no sooner take Ally just to make room for another child to have her hospital room. So I do not believe that our God of love and grace, mercifully would not find a person to slay for the sake of giving Ally her organs. However, when one is dying, what greater gift to give the donor's family than to have their loved one's organs not die, but have their life extended by giving an extended life to another of God's children. This is the love of God--that life not be taken, but given. I hope you can pray, and let God help you find healing of the awful and unavoidable feeling that your daughter will be the survivor when another has died.Prayers, love, even tears for you all, Pastor Carl, for Lois and Anne, and your family at St John's.

Susan / Friday, May 18 2007 01:25 PM

Jill - My thoughts are with you, Shane, Ashley, and Alley every day. I too have a 5 year old son with health issues (an immune disorder)although nothing close to what you have to deal with. I so understand your note today regarding the iv's as my son's veins are shot too. And yes your statement about the black cloud is all so true. But for whatever reason, which we will probably never know God has given us this challenge for a reason. Please know that my prayers continue for all of you.

Pastor & Kathy Pearson / Friday, May 18 2007 10:57 AM

Gracious Father in heaven, you know the anxiety that Ally's family suffers. Bring your calm and peace to them and your healing presence to Ally. Grant your protection for Ally as she receives the new central line. We pray that Ally would be a healthy child. We entrust all these things to your tender care for Jesus' sake. Amen.

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phil haddad / Wednesday, May 16 2007 02:39 AM

congrats. you guys deserve to have some good luck for once

winky bergdoll / Tuesday, May 15 2007 07:19 PM

Thanks to Ally's site and her friend Vinnie Miller I stand corrected. I am elated that I CAN still be a donor. May many new donors be signed up. God bless Ally!

Cris / Tuesday, May 15 2007 02:31 PM

Congratulations! You really deserve the tickets for all your hard work! Great job! Next year I will donate directly to Shane instead of in our name, typically, I was too busy and I was not thinking it would be more beneficial to donate through him. Now if I can remember that until next year! And if you continue to get my family reunion emails you can let me know how many have RSVP'd and you're invited! Sorry about that, somehow I got your email on a sendout to all my cousins!!!!

VinnieMiller / Tuesday, May 15 2007 12:00 PM

This is in answer to Winky Bergdoll's comment about cancer survivors not being able to donate organs. I spoke with someone at The Living Bank, where I'm signed up, 1-800-528-2971 & was told that cancer survivors may donate after being cancer free 5 to 7 years depending on the type of cancer. I'm a breast cancer survivor of 18 yrs. as of 6/6/07, so just wanted to set the record straight. Thank you & may God continue to bless you & yours.

Winky Bergdoll / Monday, May 14 2007 07:57 PM

Great news for you! It is time for a treat for you. Great job by your supporters! They will be blessed for their giving. It was with great regret I received the news that cancer survivors cannot be donors. It broke my heart, but I now pray for many others to make the decision. Looks like many have. God Bless!!



phil haddad / Wednesday, May 16 2007 02:40 AM

Happy belated Mother's Day

Mary and Maggie / Monday, May 14 2007 11:19 PM

Dear Jill, Happy Mother's Day. You are a great and strong mother. I hope things get better for you soon.

Katie / Monday, May 14 2007 12:37 PM

Happy Mother's Day Jill!

Steph / Monday, May 14 2007 01:32 AM

Hey guys, very sweet journal update. I have been away for over a week so I was catching up. Glad to see Ally at least made it home for a day or so. Sorry she had an infections, but I can understand the thoughts on

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stacy and brian stauffer / Monday, May 14 2007 12:30 PM

Happy Mother's Day. You are all in our prayers.

Wanda Galeotti / Monday, May 14 2007 01:30 AM

Happy Mother's Day to you Jill. You and your beautiful family are always in our prayers.Our Lord is with you every step to make. Love and Hugs, Wanda Galeotti

The Gladieux Family / Sunday, May 13 2007 01:07 PM

Jill, Happy Mother's Day to you! And blessings and prayers to all of you. Love from all of us. Lynn & Family

Sandra DiCesare / Sunday, May 13 2007 03:07 AM

Hello Heintz Family, As always we are thinking and praying for you. We hope they can get Ally's infection under control, so you can come home. Jill, Happy Mother's Day!!!!! Love to all of you!!!

Landis family / Sunday, May 13 2007 01:45 AM

Hang in there! Your family is covered in prayer! Happy Mother's Day! Rob, Stephanie, Taylor, and Cassidy Landis

phil h / Saturday, May 12 2007 12:38 PM

I will continue to pray for you Alley. Happy Mother's Day Jill

Sandy Maicher / Saturday, May 12 2007 03:19 AM

Thinking of you as always. I hope you are able to get out of there soon. Hugs to all of you.

Dayle and Dave / Saturday, May 12 2007 02:09 AM

Happy Mother's Day Hang tough, we are all praying for you and know God has a reason for everything. Lov ya Dayle and Dave

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Carsa / Thursday, May 10 2007 01:39 PM

Oh Ally, I'm sorry to hear you have to go back to the hospital. Hopefully you won't have to stay too long. Get well soon!

Audrey Eddinger / Thursday, May 10 2007 12:35 PM

Jill,Shane,Ashley & Ally I'm so sorry you had to go back to the hospital. Hope this will clear up quickly and you can go home again. My prayers and thoughts are with you.

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Heather / Monday, May 14 2007 11:02 PM

Dolly Kemp has been keeping me updated with your little girl, Ally. I am all for fund-raising and helping people when I can. I am very successful at raising money for great causes and have ran Bronze every year for the Phoenixvile Relay for Life. If you ever need a helping hand, please contact me. I am glad to hear your baby is home! We always need our

Andrea / Friday, May 11 2007 03:14 AM

Welcome home Ally! I hope you get to enjoy these nice days playing with Ashley. I'm sure she is very happy to have you home too! Have fun and behave!

Pastor & Kathy Pearson / Thursday, May 10 2007 02:44 AM

Thanks be to God for a safe return home for Ally and all the family. May God watch over you all as you await the call for the transplant. Pastor & Kathy

Lynne / Wednesday, May 9 2007 11:40 AM

That is wonderful!! Praise God for the

Ally is doing much better ...


winky bergdoll / Tuesday, May 8 2007 02:42 AM

May God continue to bless Ally and her family as well as the other kids and their families at DuPont.