Woman says Wilkes County pastor she was told was dead is still alive

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A Wilkes County pastor mimicked his religion’s story this week when his death certificate was reportedly redacted three days after his death. “Just wanted to give a quick and unexpected update here,” Megan Marlow began on a Facebook Live on Wednesday night. On Saturday, Marlow met with a doctor about her husband’s health. After an examination, the doctor announced that her husband – Grace Baptist Church pastor Ryan Marlow – was clinically dead, according to Marlow’s account of the event. The time of death was written down, she said. Plans to match her organs to donor recipients have begun, she said. Church members wrote obituaries. During that time, Marlow said, her husband remained on life support for the sake of his organ donations. Sunday and Monday, Marlow mourned her husband at home. , re-reading the stories people had sent him about the impact he had had on their lives. On Monday night, the doctor called Marlow again to let him know there was something peculiar about the case, according to his Facebook Live; he was calling a group of experts to examine it. “They said my husband didn’t actually suffer neurological death, but he wasn’t brain dead,” Marlow said. Instead, doctors ruled Pastor Marlow suffered traumatic brain injury. which would change the technical time of death from Saturday to Tuesday, Marlow said. “But I said, ‘he’s still pretty much brain dead, isn’t he?’ and I was told yes,” Marlow said. On Tuesday morning, her tears and her family’s sadness continued as they made their way to the hospital for their final goodbyes. Tuesday was supposed to be her walk of honor , where healthcare workers would line up the hospital while her body was taken to the operating theatre. However, when the family arrived, Marlow’s niece had a strange story to share. She said she had shown videos family to Pastor Marlow and his feet were moving “I can’t make this up, I can’t make this up. I’m crying, I don’t want to have false hopes. It can happen – when people are in a state of brain dead they can have spinal reflexes where you are brain dead but still have reflexes,” Marlow said She went to her husband’s room and told him everything she wanted to tell him .She told him she loved him.She told him he was a good mar i. She told him that her babies would be taken care of. And then she told him to fight. “I went down the hall […] literally the OR team was ready to take him, and I said to the nurse “I need tests now to see if he’s brain dead”. […] Long story short; he’s not brain dead, my friends,” Marlow said. There was blood running through Marlow’s brain, after all, according to his wife. His video claims doctors have determined Pastor Marlow is currently in a deep coma. – That he is not awake, but will now be accepted as a patient at Duke University Hospital in Durham. “My family was completely stunned,” Marlow said. She asks people to pray that DUH can soon welcome her husband, even if they are short of beds. In the meantime, the family played music for the pastor, hoping to inspire more brain activity. “He can still go for the big time,” Marlow said, but she thinks there’s a reason he isn’t. gone again.

A Wilkes County pastor mimicked his religion’s story this week when his death certificate was reportedly redacted three days after his death.

“Just wanted to give a quick and unexpected update here,” Megan Marlow launched on a Facebook live, Wednesday evening.

On Saturday, Marlow met with a doctor about her husband’s health. After an examination, the doctor announced that her husband – Grace Baptist Church pastor Ryan Marlow – was clinically dead, according to Marlow’s account of the event.

The time of death was written down, she said.

Plans to match her organs to donor recipients have begun, she said.

Church members wrote obituaries.

During that time, Marlow said, her husband remained on life support for the sake of his organ donations.

On Sunday and Monday, Marlow mourned her husband at home, reading stories people had sent her about the impact he had had on their lives.

On Monday night, the doctor called Marlow again to let him know there was something peculiar about the case, according to his Facebook Live; he called on a group of experts to examine it.

“They said my husband didn’t actually suffer neurological death, but he wasn’t brain dead,” Marlow said.

Instead, doctors ruled Pastor Marlow suffered traumatic brain injury that would change the technical time of death from Saturday to Tuesday, Marlow said.

“But I said, ‘he’s still pretty much brain dead, isn’t he?’ and I was told yes,” Marlow said.

On Tuesday morning, her tears and her family’s sadness continued as they made their way to the hospital for their final goodbyes. Tuesday was supposed to be his walk of honor, where healthcare workers would line the hospital while his body was taken to the operating theatre.

However, when the family arrived, Marlow’s niece had a strange story to share. She said she showed videos of the family to Pastor Marlow and her feet were moving.

“I can’t make this up, I can’t make this up. I’m crying, I don’t want to have false hopes. It can happen – when people are brain dead they can have spinal reflexes where you are brain dead but still have reflexes,” Marlow said.

She went to her husband’s room and told him everything she wanted to tell him. She told him she loved him. She told him he was a good husband. She told him that her babies would be taken care of. And then she told him to fight.

“I went down the hall […] literally the OR team was ready to take him, and I said to the nurse “I need tests now to see if he’s brain dead”. […] Long story short; he’s not brain dead, my friends,” Marlow said.

There was blood running through Marlow’s brain, after all, according to his wife.

His video claims doctors have determined Pastor Marlow is currently in a deep coma. – That he is not awake, but will now be accepted as a patient at Duke University Hospital in Durham.

“My family was completely stunned,” Marlow said.

She asks people to pray that DUH can take her husband soon, even if they are short of beds. In the meantime, the family played music for the pastor, hoping to inspire more brain activity.

“He can still go to fame,” Marlow said, but she thinks there’s a reason he hasn’t gone yet.

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