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So, What Happened To Jeff

Posted By Wolfcreek_Steve Saturday, July 07, 2012 1:17 PM
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 Posted Saturday, July 07, 2012 1:17 PM
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So, What Happened To Jeff? Where did What Am I go?

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Saturday, July 07, 2012 1:18 PM by Wolfcreek_Steve
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Same here Steve! Must have blinked and missed something.

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 Posted Saturday, July 07, 2012 3:16 PM
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Below is a copy of the post for 7/5/12 WAI. Jeff explained he was going elsewhere but you can see this post has been edited.



John Frances has this, this truck is a 1911 American LaFrance Type 6 5 tonner. Thanks to Dan Souday for the photo.





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 American-LaFrance 1911 Type 6 5 ton ad DS.jpg (16 views, 137.89 KB) 2 days ago @ 10:02 PM by Admin


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I must have blinked really slowly too....

Doubtless someone will tell us what is happening, but for now I'll be checking back every day just in case.:crazy:


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 Posted Saturday, July 14, 2012 5:01 AM
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For me it looks like a good thing I had it done. I take an annual stress test (treadmill) at work. Several years ago they said my test had a slightly unusual signature and I should have a cardiologist do some further tests. I did that, we even did a nuclear stress test which is a treadmill with dye injection so they can see the blood flow in your heart. All these tests were negative and I was given a clean bill of health. Last October after my annual stress test they said the unusual signature was worse. So back to my cardiologist, who looked at the stress test results and my bloodwork, life style (I don't smoke or drink) etc, he said that based on everything he saw he didn't think I had an issue and we could just monotor my situation. However, he added that if I wanted to put the issue to bed once and for all I should have a cardio catherization done, which is where they go through an artery in either your wrist or groin and run a tiny borescope up into your heart arteries. I dragged my feet on having this done. But a few montrhs ago I started having some mild chest pains that got my attention, so yesterday I had the cardio catherization done. They found my anterior decending artery, one of the major heart arteries, was 80% blocked, and put a stent in. Had I not had this done yesterday I probably would have had a heart attack in the near future. I just got home a short time ago and feel fine, no different really than before the proceedure. So Frank, I reccommend you get this taken care of as soon as you can so you know for sure if your ticker is ok. I'm glad I did.

Jeff


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Thanks Dennis. I'm home now and I'm fine, just an overnight stay in the hospital. I go back to work Monday.

By the way, you can find the WAI here:

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Forum7.aspx


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Sunday, January 06, 2013 2:28 PM by Jeff Lakaszcyck
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So Jeff did thay tell you to cut back on the viagra? PS Im happy you are OK.!
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Amazing stuff they do. Jeff, I am glad you are out, fixed and on to the next adventure.

My 87 year old uncle just had bypass surgery, after getting some tests. He's always been the example of good health and heathy living. Surgery was Tuesday, he says he's be home tomorrow.


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