Elder Maxwell K. Wimmer

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Week 42! June 29, 2015

September 2014 – October 2016

Elder Maxwell K. Wimmer
Ni Hao (Hello)
The Singapore Mission includes the countries of Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei. Most Mandarin missionaries serve in East or West Malaysia.



Elder Barlow, Sibu, E. Malaysia
Elder Sabin, Sibu, E. Malaysia
Elder Ee - Bintulu, E. Malaysia
Elder Shirley - Bintulu, E. Malaysia
Elder Jones - Singapore
Elder Li - Melacca, W. Malaysia
Elder Chin - Melacca, W. Malaysia
Elder Lundahl-Wolford - Kuching, E. Malaysia
Elder Durrant - Kuching, E. Malaysia
Elder Geilman - Sibu, E. Malaysia
Elder South - Sibu, E. Malaysia
Elder Ethington - MTC
Elder Clark - MTC


From Kim. Elder Wimmer had an untimely P-Day accident (capture the flag gone awry). After an X-Ray and MRI and a trip to Singapore, the Asia Area Medical authority determined that Max needed to go home for follow up orthopedic care. Apparently, if an injury/illness takes more than 3 weeks to recover from you are automatically sent home. Max’s companion, Elder Lundahl-Wolford also flew home to have surgery on his ankle (from a previous accident). They both arrived home on Monday (the 29th) in good spirits. We were glad they could travel together. Our Stake President released Max soon after returning home. We were able to get an appointment with an orthopedic surgeon at TOSH (The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital) on the following Wednesday.

SLC Airport

SLC Airport

The doctor did a thorough examination, took an X-ray and compared it to the MRI and X-ray that was performed in Malaysia and agreed that Max has a fibular head avulsion fracture of the left leg. He said it was not serious and does not require surgery and should heal on its own. An area of the bone is a little bruised and it is just a little tender where the fracture is but Max can start putting weight on his knee immediately and as long there is no pain he is encouraged to walk on that leg.

Max has a PT appointment next week. The Doctor believes he should be walking and able to bike in as little as 4 weeks. Of course, time will tell but we again are hopeful that he’ll be as good as new. Max is anxious to return back to the field but for time being we are enjoying him here and we are able to bask in the Spirit that he brings to our home. He studies every day and it is fun hearing him and his dad speak Mandarin. We’ll keep updating on his progress.



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