John Wilkinson In Hospital

John Wilkinson, Elvis former rhythm guitarist, has been taken to the hospital, where doctors performed surgery. He had complaints about heavy pains in his stomach, and the doctors advised him to have an operation. John Wilkinson is OK now, but it will take at least three weeks before he can leave the hospital. Update December 5, 2007 from ElvisMatters: Good news! Our dear friend-of-the-family John Wilkinson is doing much better. He has been walking a little, and the doctors are pleased with his progress. He will stay for probably another 2 weeks at the hospital, until he feels ready to go home again.
Source: ElvisMatters / Updated: Dec 5, 2007 
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jessy (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 16, 2007report abuse
Get well soon and have a healthy 2008!
Hawaii 5-0 (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 16, 2007report abuse
Get well soon John.
Mofoca22 (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 14, 2007report abuse
get well john your in my prayers
hessing1 (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 5, 2007report abuse
John is from Springfield Missouri as far as I know, unless he has moved. I live in Missouri and I went to college in Springfield. Does anyone know what hospital?
Jumpin Jehosaphat (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 4, 2007report abuse
get well
Greg Nolan (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 4, 2007report abuse
Best wishes for a decent recovery to a terrific member of the old TCB band.
bray1977 (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 3, 2007report abuse
I met John Wilkinson a couple of years ago, a truly wonderful man who had lots of time for Elvis fans. Get well soon John.
Pedro Nuno (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 3, 2007report abuse
Coupled with James Burton (and Charlie Hodge) John was the only TCB Band member to perform in every single Elvis Concert from 31 July 1969 to 26 June 1977! Get well soon John!
FLASHBOY (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 2, 2007report abuse
Hope John get well fast. I always love and admire him. a true gentleman tha'ts what he is

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