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Thoughts and prayers with Carlis B. Wilson

Our thoughts are with writer Carlis B. Wilson as word comes that he is facing a major health challenge. His daughter Debbie has asked for prayers and we send our voices up together asking for his complete healing.

For those of us who aren't near enough to visit him, we can feel closer to Carlis today by re-visiting his articles and photos on this website . . .

There are nearly seventy of his works here. For the list from which to select and read, click on writings and photos of Carlis B. Wilson.

This story was posted on 2005-05-07 05:55:37
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