Kress Meredith, his wife, Brenda, and their six children are Walton County residents who had a major blow hit the family this summer. On July 9, Kress was diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic rectal cancer. He is an employee of Loganville Ford and Brenda, a former FISH MD employee, now works at Monroe Pediatrics. In just over a month, their whole life has been impacted. Sadly, after fighting the good fight for just a month, the 53-year-old was put in hospice care on Aug. 12.
This evening, a neighborhood prayer rally has been arranged for the Meredith family. The evening of prayer will begin at 7 p.m. outside the home located at 632 Creekside Trace Covington. This is in the Walton County side of Covington. All the children have either gone through or are still enrolled in the Walton County School System and are well-known in the community.
People attending are asked to carpool to have the least amount of cars parked in the road as possible. There will be balloons on the mailboxes of neighbors who are willing to have cars parked in the driveway.
Kress will not be able to go outside to speak to those in prayer for him, but he will be shown it on a computer.
The family is very grateful for the community support during this time. There will be water available for those who are able to make it to the prayer rally. You can click or tap on this link for the GoFundme Page.