Thursday, January 21, 2016

III to III: Help for a Patriot's daughter

From my comments:

I wouldn't normally ask, but this is not normal. If my wife loses her second child, her baby, I am sure she will be buried with her. Any help publicizing no matter how small is appreciated. Thank you
January 21, 2016 at 7:18 AM
Folks, this is a plea from the heart of a parent. This is a man on his knees praying for a miracle. If you aren't able to donate, pray. This family is up against a very hard wall. There is no more devastating event than for a parent to bury a child. But the thought of burying two? No.This is from eatgrueldog's blog:

So this is where it all started
I was at work on Oct. 21st when I got a call from my wife
I was doing irrigation service right around the corner from home (Thank God) and it was the call that no man ever wants to get
Her son who was 38 had just been killed in a high speed car accident outside of Tampa
I say her son because even though we have been married for 26 Yrs. I did very little raising of him
But anyway, that was the start
Then, the week before Christmas our Daughter Shaylyn who is 36 calls to inform my wife that she has adrenal cancer
I say ours because even though she is not my blood, I have raised her since age 8 as my daughter
Anyway, she also has tumors on her kidneys and spots on her liver that are most likely also tumors
She was hospitalized for 2 weeks because her blood pressure was out of control and she was seen by a specialist
She was supposed to have laproscopic surgery to have the tumors removed immediately
That was weeks ago
Unfortunately she is uninsured and medically needy and no doctor will touch her
She will have to wait until an endocrine surgeon  decides to donate his charity
Or not
I live in Florida in a county that has the highest unemployment rate in the state and own a business that has been drained over the past 6 yrs. to nothing
We as a family are in dire straights
Without treatment Shay is destined for a short life with a lot of suffering
I don’t know if it is pride or denial but she will not quit working to go on disabilty
And at this point the process is probably too long anyway
The surgery may or may not save her
I don’t even know
To tell you truthfully I don’t even know what it costs
But I can’t sit and do nothing
I haven’t asked her approval yet and don’t really care
I have a link below for paypal to donate
I don’t know how to get a button so it is just a link
I don’t use paypal for anything other than buying so any funds donated will be earmarked.
Even if you don’t donate I would sure appreciate you passing this on


Anonymous said...

Just to let you know your plea is not falling on deaf ears.

You and your family and your situation is being lifted up in prayer and we are scratching around trying to find something to send your way.

We do not however do the paypal thing, do you have a mailing addy as well where something might be sent?


Anonymous said...

If she has liver , and bone metzs. her race is run. From what little he said, I'd guess as a two time cancer survivor, that she doesn't have six months left to live. Probably much less. The medical term is "end stage cancer". The doc's aren't passing on surgery because of money. They are passing because there is no point in subjecting the poor thing to needless suffering. No amount of medical intervention can help her now. All anyone can do now is ease her pain and comfort her spirit.---Ray

James Pierce said...

I sent what I could time are hard here in W V..THANK YOU OBUMMER.

Lisa Lane said...

Ken and I will answer the call with a donation an prayers, but I must ask if there is an indigent health care program available...CA has is the only reason I came back to CA...I was a licensed real estate agent and a mortgage broker in TN, when I became very ill, no insurance, premiums were a grand a month, although I made great money....medical bills ate through it very rapidly...when I finally had to stop working, and then ran out of medical options available to me in TN, I came utilize the Indigent Care Program...I don't know if there is anything like that there...but another alternative is Hospice...they are everywhere...with her medical records...they would seem to be a valuable resource for her...rather it is end of life care or possible further treatment least give them a call. We will certainly keep your family in our hearts and prayers. God be with you all! With Love ...Ken and Lisa