RLDS Church

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This is the grave of WilliAm B. Smith that was supposedly responsible for converting the Schrunk’s to RLDS. According to a note by this picture in the book Aunt Mabel Banks gave me!... READ MORE

Family

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This picture was taken at the Inman church. It was taken in 1935 and said that all the family were present but son-in-laws, Paul Roth and John Andrus. This was taken after Mabel... READ MORE

Mabel and John

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Here are two pictures of Grandma and Grandpa (Mabel and John Schrunk). The first one where Grandpa is wearing a hat was taken about 1942. On the back of this picture it says... READ MORE

A family picture of the John and Mabel Schrunk Family. I’m not sure what year this was taken. Many of you have probably seen this picture but maybe some of the younger generations have not.
Back row left to right: Francis Schrunk, John Schrunk, Earl Schrunk, and Ralph Schrunk Middle Row left to right Ruth Andrus, Mabel Banks, Pearl Moore, Ina Boles Front Left to right: Lusetta Alton, Ina Roth, John Schrunk, Mabel Schrunk, Lois Ries, and Ethel Rzeszotarski.


4 days ago

Prayer Warriors we did it!! When your cancer doctor comes in smiling you know its amazing!! Ellis numbers were up so we will do another round of infusions for his Acute Myloid Lukemia!!! This round will be tough also but he is ready to continue the fight🧡 We are ever grateful for your continued prayers!! Steven has a follow-up again on Friday and we are hoping for the drainage to have stopped as he has continued with antibiotics. As our motto goes..."WE GOT THIS" ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

We are asking for prayers for Ellis Schrunk....He has had a recent diagnosis in January of Acute Myloid Lukemia and has done one 7 day round of infusions to "Blast" the Lukemia, received multiple units of blood and some platelets. He recently spent 5 days in the hospital due to an infection. He is home now and we are praying for a miracle. If his numbers (platelets, hemoglobin and red/white blood cells) are up on Monday at our next appointment we are hoping to continue with the infusions to "Blast" the Lukemia....if his numbers are not where Dr Fiad ( his Oncologist) would like them we will let God's will be done...we are praying for strength, guidance and just a Miracle. If you have moment please call and ask to talk to Ellis as he would love to hear from you. PM me Janna McDonald- Schrunk for their number or address if you need it🧡 AML (Acute Myloid Lukemia) "WE GOT THIS" (seems to be a family motto continued)Thank you friends 🧡 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Sunday morning and no live church for us again. Watched Christ Lutheran on line from O'Neill but not the same. Just an update on Ellis. Friday completed day five of shots, not sure if they called them the infusions, one in each side of the fat part of his stomach every day and lab work on everyother day. He had a unit of blood on Thursday. Aches and pains seem to appear in different places every day. He is losing strength but still can get in bed and can shower. He and Steven picked out a very nice lift chair at Slumberland in Norfolk on Friday and Steven and Janna put it together. It has heat and a separate motor for the head rest which helps. He sleeps well only getting up once a night, a good appetite. Janna had Monday off so she went with us the first day. I only went Monday and Thursday because Steven has enough to do without two handicapped people to look after. Steven is so patiend with both of us and don't know what we would do without Steven and also Janna and of course Sherry who seems to provide us with lots of food. I think tomorrow he starts pills. Tuesday will be his last shot ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

We are letting everyone know the information about our Husband and our Father Ellis Schrunk. He has had a recent diagnosis of "Acute Myloid Lukemia" . He has decided that he is going to do infusions (not Chemotherapy)along with a compound pill that his Oncologist is creating just for him and what his bone marrow will respond to. There is no cure but with treatment it will hopefully go into remission. We ask for prayers and positive vibes as he has chosen to follow the Oncologists plan of care. We ask if you visit to wear a mask and handsanitze. Also if you are not feeling well to not come and visit. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

I just want to say how grateful we are to be Schrunk’s! No matter what the event, we always know that the Schrunk family will be there, no matter the drive! It’s the best family to be a part of! ❤️ Love you all! (picture stolen from Coleen Vanmeter) ... See MoreSee Less
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