Marjorie Dannenfelser


Dear Friends and Supporters,

We have had a busy, fruitful time since our last update. In June of 2011 we had a wonderful dinner featuring Marjorie Dannenfelser who gave a beautiful talk about her daughter with special needs and the gift she is and the necessity and value of each life God creates. The evening also had moving testimonies, beautiful music and a delicious meal. It was an inspiring night filled with love and hope.

In August of 2011, our founder and the inspiration and treasure of Prenatal Partners for Life went home to heaven. Little Peter Kellett was 6 ½ years old when he died expectantly after having his appendix removed. Peter had trisomy 18 and was a joy and blessing to his family and friends. The loss of this precious child was deeply felt by many around the world. He continues to live on in the work of this ministry, as do all of the precious children that PPFL has supported.

Peter Kellet

In June of 2012 we had a beautiful memorial dinner for our little founder Peter. We had a wonderful turnout with all of Peter's family and many of his friends. His siblings gave moving testimonies about the gift of their little brother. A video called Beautiful Boy was shown and the first Peter Kellett Angel of Light award was given to the two holy priests who have helped and supported Prenatal Partners for Life since the beginning, Fr. Mark Juettner and Fr. Jim Livingston. It was a wonderful night of remembering a precious little boy whose life has touched thousands around the world and continues to do so.

 

 

 

 

 

The support, information and encouragement provided by the PPFL parents is not meant to take the place of medical advice by a medical professional. Any specific questions about care should be directed to a health care professional familiar with the situation.