The Bills Mafia, Sabres Fans, and all of Western New York has been thinking about Kim Pegula and her health since it first became known that she had been admitted to a hospital in June 2022. 

The health scare had stayed relatively private, with only family and close friends receiving updates about what was going on with Kim Pegula. 

In February 2023, we received a little more information about what was going on with Kim Pegula after her daughter, Jessica, wrote a letter that was published in The Players’ Tribune.

“My mom was asleep when my dad woke up to her going into cardiac arrest and she was unresponsive for quite a while. My sister gave her CPR until the ambulance arrived. She saved her life,” Jessica Pegula wrote.

This news really shocked the Buffalo community, especially since it came out only a month after the world saw Damar Hamlin collapse on the football field. 

As you might have imagined, the Damar Hamlin situation hit a little too close to home for the Pegula family.

“My stomach sunk because it felt like the exact same thing all over again,” Jessica Pegula wrote in The Players’ Tribune.

February’s penned letter from Jessica Pegula is the last time we got an update on Kim Pegula’s health, but we will be finding out more very soon. 

There will be a prayer and healing service for Kim Pegula on Saturday, April 29 at 3-4 PM. All are welcome to attend the service, with worship being led by representatives of Eastern Hills Church and Houghton University. 

Speakers will be present to lead times of prayer, and a message will be shared by the Pegula family. 

If you’d like to attend, you can reserve a ticket here. Due to limited seating, you have to reserve a ticket for the service, but there is no cost to you. 

The service is expected to fill up fast, and if you’re unable to secure a ticket, you can watch the livestream on April 29 when you click here.  

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