Community Member Victim of Covid-19

Image may contain: 1 person, eyeglasses and closeupIt is with great sorrow that I write of the death of Larry Lindsay. He and his wife Jo contracted covid-19 and had been bravely fighting to recover. On Wednesday, Larry was admitted to Banner Baywood in Mesa where he was intubated. This morning he lost his battle.

Larry and Jo have lived in the Village since 2006. Larry was a member of the Board of Directors for several years. He and Jo were in charge of lot sales in the Village for years. They worked tirelessly on two separate occasions coordinating activities for Village residents. They made many friends during the time they spent summers in the Village. We will all miss Larry’s smiling face.

The following was posted on Jo’s Facebook page:

Make no mistake. When loved ones are removed from your home by ambulance because the virus has hit them hard, you are not going to be able to follow them there, sit by their hospital bed and hold their hand.You are not going to be able to pop in at 7:00 pm for visiting hours. They are going to have no one other than exhausted and brave hospital staff to see them through days or weeks of barely breathing through a ventilator until they either die or recover. They are not going to be well enough to text you.

You are not going to be able to phone the ward to check in on them regularly (staff will be too busy for that). During that time, they will be completely alone, while you sit at home waiting to hear whether they have made it through.
Imagine that person is someone you love dearly. Because it’s going to be a reality for many in the coming weeks.

And if that person in hospital happens to be you, going through that ordeal completely alone, it would be nothing less than terrifying.

Please stay home and only go out if absolutely necessary. Social distancing is imperative right now for your family and mine.

Unfortunately this happed to me today – I lost the love of my life

Be safe – take care of each other and be grateful for everyday you have …. our girls- Tara & Tracy have been my live savers as I too have suffered with this Covid 19 … Tara has been with me as she has also had Covid 19 but is now immune – poor Tracy can only visit thru window, FaceTime. … no real hugs …. which we want to do

I fortunately am getting better but still in quarantine – so stay safe everyone – never in my wildest dream thought we would a statistic .

Please honor Larry by practicing social distancing and taking this unprecedented crisis seriously. No one wants to think that this could happen to them or someone they love.

Annual Water Line Flush

Image result for fire hydrant imagesThe Village water lines will be flushed Saturday March 7.  No one will lose water as a result, but you may experience “cloudy” water during the process. If that should happen, you will need to turn off the water for 15 to 20 minutes and it should clear up. As an alternative, try running the water for a short time to clear it up.

Flushing the lines yearly is a necessity and your understanding is greatly appreciated.