Vigil planned at 7 pm tonight in LES parking lot to
support Michele Henn in her battle with a brain tumor
By Chuck Gibson
LOVELAND, OH (January 21, 2022) – Members of the Loveland community are planning a prayer vigil at 7 p.m. Friday evening January 21, in the parking lot of Loveland Elementary School (LES) to support music teacher Michele Henn in her battle with a brain tumor.
The planned prayer vigil was announced in a message sent out by Carol Hall, the Henn family and other friends late Thursday via email and social media posts. Michele had surgery to remove a brain tumor in November. Since then , she has had five additional surgeries. She is struggling to recover and currently remains in the hospital. A timetable for her discharge from the hospital is unknown at this time. The Reverend Jonathan Eilert will lead the community prayer vigil.
“Since it is so cold, we’re planning something relatively short,” said Eilert. “We’re just having some time to pray for Michele and show community support for her and her battle. Hopefully encourage her family. There is a whole community behind them as she goes through this.”
Henn’s family is encouraging friends, co-workers, and the Loveland community to join in this gathering of good thoughts and prayer to show support and love for Michele and her family.
- Community Prayer Vigil for Michele Henn, Loveland Elementary School teacher
- Tonight, Friday, January 21, 2022 at Loveland Elementary School parking lot.
- The Rev. Jonathan Eilert will lead the brief prayer vigil.
- No other details are available at this time.
- The Family of Michele Henn invites family, friends and co-workers and the community of Loveland to Lift Michele in prayer.