Trinity Prays for Esther and Will Sloan-Kavanaugh

We are all so saddened by the news that Esther is losing her battle with cancer.  She is now at home with Hospice.  If you would like to be a part of Esther’s CareFlash Community in order to post notes to her or sign up to visit her, please email esther@tumc.org.  This email is answered by friends and family who can get you connected.  Esther and Will and their family and friends are all in our thoughts and prayers.

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One thought on “Trinity Prays for Esther and Will Sloan-Kavanaugh

  1. When I returned from my trip, I was shocked to learn about Esther’s rapid decline. Will, I am sorry I couldn’t be there at the last group meeting to let you know how much you two are in my thoughts. I had such hopes for her. All my love. Carolyn

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