Hiatus for Next Two Weeks Due to Open Heart Bypass Surgery

eHezi Community, Health, People, Westchester County, NY, Yonkers, NY 30 Comments

Charicature of a younger, better looking Editor-at-Large / Radio Host Hezi Aris.

YONKERS, NY — March 4, 2018 — I will be undergoing open heart bypass surgery due to a diagnosis of congestive heart failure. I have been advised it may feel like I was struck by a truck after successful surgery. I am confident being under the care of the Assistant Professor at Columbia University Medical Center New York Presbyterian Hospital who will also undertake the care and procedure of my surgery. He is confident over my prognosis, as am I.

I will do my best over the next two weeks to return to the Internet radio broadcast known as Westchester On the Level and write a few articles every week until there is a fuller number of articles to inform our readers as best I can.

Thank you all for your best wishes, candle lighting,  prayers, kindness, sincerity, and concern.

All these best to one and all.

Kindly,

Hezi Aris

Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large

Westchester On the Level Radio Host

eHeziHiatus for Next Two Weeks Due to Open Heart Bypass Surgery

Comments 30

  1. Richard Narog

    Hezi, glad to see your recovering and coming along and getting stronger day by day. All the best.

    Your audience awaits you.

    Bern and Rich

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  2. Fran Phillips

    Hezi,
    Get well soon.
    The absence of the Yonkers Tribune and Westchester on the Level for even a few weeks affords these scoundrels the opportunity to keep their misdeeds hidden from the public eye.
    Maybe you should get yourself a Nick Foles; someone to step up in your absence and reveal the truth about Yonkers government as only the YonkersTribune can.

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      eHezi

      Just got “stepped down” from intensive care. Progressively stronger. I was worried not to get your St. Patrick’s Day article published in a timely manner. It seems now I likely will.

  3. Bob Weir

    Annette and I will be looking forward to good news as soon as you’re able to resume writing and editing. We’ve been including you in our prayers all week, so I know you must be doing well.

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  4. Dee Barbato

    So sorry to learn you’re under the weather. Please know you are in my prayers for a speedy recovery. Take care of yourself Hezi and do everything the doctors tell you. All the best… Dee

  5. Goliath dont be happy, David is just getting a tune up !

    Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers! Please take all the time you need and rest. Corruption and Politics will always be here but people like you that care are few and far between! You are in Amazing hands as my grandmother had her open heart surgery in the same hospital over twenty years ago. She was 72 at the time and lived a full life and was right back to walking a mile a day on the country roads!

  6. Joan Gronowski

    Hello Hezi,

    Keeping you in my prayers tomorrow and know you are in good hands with the best doctors. Please let me know if you need anything as you recover.

    Joan Gronowski

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