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Discussion: Public thank you for thoughts and help I received this week

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July 21, 2008
Lecak
Men's 55
1004 posts
Public thank you for thoughts and help I received this week
I wanted to publicly thank Steve Imlay, Rick Perez, George Robinson and the Stoneman for their help in getting me the help I needed this past week. Tuesday we were hitting and shagging fly's and I experienced chest pains, shortness of breath and a general crappy feeling. Stubbornly I tried to plow through it and they convinced me to get to the hospital. No heart attack just the body telling me there was some blockage. These gentleman were a big help to my wife. I also would like to thank all those who extended me their well wishes. I'm proud to be a part of senior softball. My thoughts are that my involvement with senior softball ultimately will extend my life due to friends I have made and the care each of us listen to our bodies. I'm convinced that my early warning signals would not have manifested themselves until it would have been to late if I was not a part of senior softball and the competition and preparation it provides. Hope to see everyone at the upcoming LVSSA event in late August.

Joe Lecak
Las Vegas Nevada
July 21, 2008
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2584 posts
I'm glad to see you're ok!
Which one administered mouth to mouth? Just kidding.
We need to listen to what our bodies are telling us.
July 21, 2008
Bob50
Men's 55
238 posts
If you want to test the condition of your body then shag practice balls for Steve Imlay on a daily basis. In return Steve would do anything for you in return--even mouth to mouth. For the record I am not speaking from experience.
July 22, 2008
CRUSADERVB
Men's 65
272 posts
HEY JOE, WHEN HANK TOLD US THIS PAST WEEKEND IN TULSA WHAT HAD HAPPENED WE WERE ALL SHOCKED. TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF AND WE'LL SEE YOU IN VEGAS. BUT I'M PUZZLED, WHAT COULD STONEMAN DO FOR YOU? IMLAY ON THE MOUTH TO MOUTH; HE IS AN ATTRACTIVE MAN......BOB50 HAS BEEN THERE !!!
July 22, 2008
softballer
Men's 55
560 posts
joe
Glad to hear alls ok hope to see you soon
Monta
the ump
July 22, 2008
Nancy Allen
Men's 55
588 posts
Brokebat Softball?

I am glad that you are fine; you could not have been in better company at the time. Every day is better above the diamond than below it. Please watch after that boy from Columbus for us back home; he has a heart of gold.
July 22, 2008
einstein
Men's 50
3114 posts
Hey Joe,
Glad to hear you're doing well.
You'll be back stronger, better
than ever, I'll bet.

Tell Arizona George I said hi.
July 22, 2008
rabbit
Men's 65
294 posts
Joe glad you are OK, with Steve there you were in good hands, Rabbit
July 22, 2008
the wood
1071 posts
Joe, I'm glad that you did heed their sound advice and get the check up. In the short time that I've known you I have to come to really like and respect you. Even though you are one heck of a player, you are still a 'we' guy... not a 'me' guy.
You're a giver that really does have the 'best interest' of senior softball in the forefront of your thoughts. Many say they do but you 'walk the walk'.
Take good care of yourself so that we can continue to cross paths.
Sincerely,
BW
July 22, 2008
400
Men's 50
74 posts
Joe glad to hear that you are ok. BANDITS were all disappointed that we couldn't see you.
July 22, 2008
400
Men's 50
74 posts
Joe it just wasn't the same without your loud bat and "electric" battery operated grips....
July 24, 2008
breeze53
Men's 55
40 posts
OK, OK, OK, Joe you are alright, feeling great and still going to complete in the sprints in the Huntsmans games. I have asked before and enquiring minds want to know, What are you going to wear for your competition. The tank top and the tight shorts, like those of our younger days. Or something more conservative like shorts with those long johns underneath. Either way, this is one event I am not going to miss. Bob
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