Help with medical and living expenses for my brother. My fundraising efforts for my brother haven't gone very well. Some people don't like to use these online payment things.... you can message me for Glen's address
We are a proud family and it is very difficult for us to ask for help. But I am not too proud to ask for someone I love dearly. Three months ago my brother Glen Rohrs was struck with seizures as a result of depletion of sodium and potassium resulting in brain damage. After spending weeks in the hospital and finally able to go home, he was not able to be left alone. His wife Kellie Rohrs had to quit her job to take care of my brother. It has been a long hard, stressful few months for the both of them. My brother is making progress but still has months of therapy ahead of him. He is receiving short term disability but it is not nearly enough to cover the medical expenses and his regular monthly bills. Imagine going from 2 good salaries to not even half of what you had to live on. My brother is a good, hardworking man who has worked for over 30 years at the same place.
At this difficult time in his life, it would be such a blessing, if his family and friends could lift him up with the help of a few funds to keep he and Kellie going until the both of them can return to work. We don't know when that will be ... we are praying that after the first of the year both of them will be able to return to work.
My brother has worked hard his entire life and it breaks my heart to think he might lose everything he has worked for because of this sudden illness. Even though he is blessed with the short term disability and health insurance, there are so many other expenses that aren't covered. It is not enough to get them through the next few months.
We truly appreciate anything you might be able to give to help my brother. He is a caring and giving man and would do the same for anyone reading this, as my sister Terry and I would.
Many blessings to each and every one of you reading this.
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