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It's great to be alive...
and to help others.

Houston, TX
Education Station
Website last updated 10/04/2014.  © 2014 The Mended Hearts, Inc., Chapter #38, Houston, TX.   All Rights Reserved.
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Mended Hearts is an extended support group for heart patients and caregivers. Heart disease doesn't discriminate. It's the #1 killer of men and women of all ages, of all ethnicities and social backgrounds.

For 60 years, Mended Hearts has been offering the gift of hope and encouragement to heart patients, families and caregivers… bringing all of us together to form a network of caring individuals.

Our mission is to "inspire hope I heart disease patients and their families." Beginning with the youngest heart patients to the eldest, we are here to provide hope, inspiration and support.

Everyone is invited to our meetings! It's a great time for you and your caretaker(s) to learn how to take better care of you after your heart attack and/or surgical procedure.

Please feel free to visit any one of our satellite locations.

(Click on the links located on the right side of the screen to view meeting times and locations of a satellite.)

Please call or email any Contact or Staff member if you have questions or need additional information.
Mended Little Hearts is a support program for parents of children with heart defects and/or heart disease.

Mended Little Hearts

Mended Hearts, Inc. is
aligned with the...
AMERICAN COLLEGE
of CARDIOLOGY


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Satellites
(where our meetings are held)
Calvin Crowell Daetwyler, Jr. Calvin Crowell Daetwyler, Jr. died September 26, 2014. He was born in Philadephia, Pennsylvania to Calvin Crowell Daetwyler and Beulah Alwein Daetwyler on August 11, 1930. He was graduated from high school in Syracuse, New York, was graduated from Syracuse University where he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. Cal did his graduate work at Penn State and earned his doctorate of Oceanography from Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla, California. He was an Asst. Professor of Marine Geology at Lehigh University and worked for Exxon where the majority of his career was in overseas oil exploration. He retired from Exxon in 1994 after 36 years of service.
Cal served as president of The Mended Hearts Chapter 38 and of Exxon Memorial Area Retirees Club. He was a member of Pines Presbyterian Church. Cal is survived by his wife of 40 years, Pris, his daughter Laura and her husband J. Hess; son John Calvin and wife, Jessica; five grandchildren: Erin and McKenzie Hess, Ava, Harper and Sawyer Daetwyler. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.

Chapter 38 extends our deepest sympathies, thoughts and prayers to Cal's family.
He will forever be in our hearts.