Prayer vigil held on Saturday for Kim Pegula who suffered cardiac arrest in June
BUFFALO, N.Y. – A prayer and healing vigil was held for Buffalo Bills and Sabres co-owner, Kim Pegula on Saturday. That is according to The Buffalo News. It was held by Houghton University at Eastern Hills Church in Williamsville. Pegula is a Houghton graduate.
Pegula suffered a cardiac arrest in June 2022, and her recovery has been hard. Brain damage has given her speech difficulties and serious memory issues. She likely will not return to her day-to-day role with the Bills and Sabres.