In Memory of Teresa

Teresa has made an impact on others that has spanned the globe. Although she is not here to see that for herself, her family takes comfort in knowing her legacy will live on in the lives of those she’s touched and on others she never had a chance to meet. Teresa’s...

In Memory of Sandra

Sandra was admitted on Wednesday, April 17, to be induced. She was pregnant with her first child, Nathaniel Josiah Payne. She labored all day Thursday with little progress. By Friday morning, she began to have breathing problems and the doctors thought she was...

AFE Survivor Laura

I was admitted to hospital at 38 weeks to be induced. Late in the pregnancy I had developed pre-eclampsia, cholestasis of pregnancy, HELLP syndrome and on the last scan I had redused amniotic fluid. I went into hospital early Friday morning but it wasn't until...

In Memory of Maja and Oliver

It is hard to believe how quickly time has passed since 21 year old Maja, loving wife to Paul, was excitedly and expectantly preparing for something she had wanted so much - to be a mother. All who knew her were shocked and saddened when she died suddenly and...

In Memory of Linda

On May 30, 2008, our 28 year old daughter, Linda went to the hospital in labor. Shortly after her water was broken the baby's cord prolapsed and Linda was rushed in for an emergency c-section. Here son, Mason, we was born blue, but came around quickly. A few...

In Memory of Rebekah

Our sister Rebekah was 36 weeks pregnant with fraternal twins when she went to the hospital. That evening she felt like things were not quite right so she wanted to get checked out. After being checked out, the hospital staff noticed one of the baby’s heart rate...

In Memory of Michelle

In the Spring of 2012 Michelle, age 39, learned that she was pregnant with her second child with a due date of 12/05/12. Michelle had a son, Jackson, born in April 2010 by C-section due to a breach. In June 2012 she was diagnosed with a placenta previa. On October...

In Memory of Shelbe

Our daughter, Shelbe, was the most kindhearted, loving person. She was outgoing and never knew a stranger. She was so proud that she was going to be a mom for the first time. Shelbe had a excellent and healthy pregnancy. Her labor and delivery went smoothly....

AFE Survivor Lisa

My husband and I were done having children. I had returned to work and worked my way back to being successful after staying home raising my two boys and one little girl. Our children were 16, 11, and 7. We were more than shocked that our new little one was about to...

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