Posted on July 24, 2017
Posted on July 24, 2017Gail passed away peacefully this morning at 6:30 this morning. I know this is heartbreaking but at least she is in no more pain and suffering now. She is up there walking the streets of Gold rejoicing with her mama and daddy. Please continue to remember her Husband Jeremy and her 2 boys in your prayers. They are going to need all the help they are going to be able to get. Please continue to give if you feel in your heart to give so that this family can continue on without having to worry about the financial piece of this most difficult time.
Posted on June 30, 2017
Posted on June 30, 2017Please continue to remember Gail in your prayers as her daddy passed away on June 23rd. Also, that devastating news hit her 2 days after finding out her cancer had spread to multiple bone and organs. She was given 3-6 months to live at best and then sent home with a picc line and hospice. She was approved for treatment and was supposed to start her first infusion today. They are still going along with it but her understanding is that nothing much will help with this much spread of disease and how quickly its spreading. They are going to move her son's birthday party up and hers and Jeremy's vow renewal. Please everyone just continue to remember this family and pray that God will wrap his loving arms around this entire family.
Posted on May 21, 2017
Posted on May 21, 2017We all apologize for the lack of updates lately but as you can imagine life has been chaotic. Since posting last there have been several hospital admissions due to pain management from new tumors. What started off as a new tumor of the right lung, which was removed on April 13th has now ended up with 15 plus tumors in the right femur, sacrum and pelvis areas. The highest dose of radiation was immediately started during one of my admissions. Every time we think we may have a handle on these tumors more pop up. They have now labeled me as widespread metastatic disease with no curative treatment. Should my insurance approve I will start a maintenance type of chemo infusion on May 30th. This is considered strictly to give me as much time as possible. I am not giving up on hope because this could mean months or years and I plan on pushing for years. I am still currently unable to drive or walk for long at a time so my husband is still out on fmla which is no pay. We have felt so blessed to have had all of you that have donated thus far to come through for us but our need is still great. Please help our family in any way you see fit and it will be greatly appreciated! We love you all and we will continue to update as we find out more.