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By admin | January 14th, 2014

Jim Kyser hospitalized

Jim Keyser at the Denig Memorial dedication in Quantico.

Life member and Lucas Chapter Treasurer Jim Kyser, SuperTop as he is known in email parlance, underwent a triple by-pass operation several weeks ago.

Following the operation he emailed CCHQ that it had taken place and that he was slowly picking up strength.  This past week he began suffering setbacks and is now hospitalized and in critical condition.  According to Don Gee who is in contact with Jim’s wife,   “Just spoke with Ginny Kyser. He is still holding his own but they are removing the breathing tube today and may have to do a tracheotomy today. He had a blood transfusion yesterday and his blood pressure is better. His kidneys are expelling the toxins which caused him to be put on dialysis and his temperature is better.  On the down side, Ginny says he struggles to move his head and arms and she’s not sure he knows she is there.”

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