A day before he died on Saturday, Kim Taylor, wife of Quest Church Pastor Ed Taylor, 52, was publicly hoping her husband and father of their two children would come home to her.
Pastor Taylor was admitted to Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, days earlier, according to the Daily Herald. He had gone in for double knee replacement surgery. He was in recovery from the procedure, his wife said, when complications including a blood clot interrupted everything.
“Ed has another complication — Heparin Induced Thrombocytopenia. His platelet count is greatly reduced as a result of his allergic reaction to the heparin they have been giving him. They now believe that is why he got the blood clot. They have changed his meds, and they expect it to improve. However, they will not medically release him for the rehab center until this is under control. So still waiting to see what will happen next! Prayers always appreciated!” she wrote at 12:03 p.m. on Facebook last Friday.
Three hours later Kim, who is a cancer survivor, was brimming with hope about her husband’s future.
“Okay, so change that. Ed Taylor‘s physical therapy is going so well, that they feel he doesn’t need rehab. So if they get his…
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