Updated posted by Cheryl Vinci Hollander 13 hours ago
As many prepare for the upcoming...
As many prepare for the upcoming holiday the Norden family waits patiently for JP to complete yet another day of surgery.
As I write this message he enters hour 4 in the operating room. Today his Doctors will remove calcifications on the upper portion of his "good leg". This is the area they feel his car keys melted into his leg. We have learned calcifications are prone to those who endure explosions, our military experience this during their time at war. JP has area's on his leg that are now rock solid hard embedded into his muscle causing him pain as he walks.
We are asking for all your prayers at this time...we need this surgery to go as smoothly as possible...please pray for JP.
Attached is a photo of Kelly and JP prior to surgery...a close up of one of the calcification areas.
As always the Norden Family is grateful for your love, support and prayers...God Bless!
Updated posted by Cheryl Vinci Hollander 28 days ago
THANKS FOR GIVING..."Moving Forward Together!" On Sunday...
THANKS FOR GIVING..."Moving Forward Together!"
On Sunday evening November 10th, Friends and Family of JP and Paul Norden gathered in unity to show support, fundraise and move forward together.
Going back to the Forum on Boylston Street was a major step in the healing process as this was the exact location where the brothers were standing when the 2nd bomb exploded changing their lives forever.
Funds raised from this event will help these young men with prosthetics that need to be replaced every 3 to 5 years for the rest of their lives. One limb alone was estimated at $112,000...an unimaginable amount to even think about never mind come up with every few years.
Attached is a video created by JP and Paul's Uncle Michael Brown sharing with the world the journey of these amazing young men. They have come so far since the April 15th bombings...but still have a long way to go...
Thank you all for your support!
Updated posted by Cheryl Vinci Hollander 1 month ago
It seems JP has spent more...
It seems JP has spent more days in the hospital then he has out recently. He returned to Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston bright and early this morning for yet another procedure. Please keep JP in your thoughts and prayers.
Here is a photo of JP & Kelly sharing a moment proir to surgery.
There is no update as of this moment but we will certainly provide a detailed report as soon as we can.
Getting ready for November 10, 2013 has been absolutely amazing, busy and crazy. We encourage you to get your tickets while they last. We can promise, this will be a GREAT time with some usual and innovative happenings. In other words, you don't want to miss out on this event.
STANDING BOSTON STRONG............is our passion and lifetime commitment. Thank you & God Bless!
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I wish a very speedy recovery
posted by DDr Pham 3 months ago
I wanted to say that you have a wonderful mother she has been there for both of you may god bless you and your famlys
posted by Cynthia Medina-Castro 5 months ago
I wish I could help these 2 men who lost a leg due to the monsters who threw bombs in Boston. I wish the 2 brothers a very speedy recovery. I think you should put your address up incase people who can't give money can send a card or send a gift in the mail or a gift card may get you more then money which is why a address would help. I wish a very speedy recovery to the 2 brothers. Maggie
posted by Maggie Cabral 6 months ago
i have peter brown contact i will get in touch with him,always be thankful in all condition,God is not asleep.
posted by Ihejieto Omeli 7 months ago
Great ABC segment! Hope it will help in raising the needed funds. You guys and your friends will remain in my thoughts, you are a true inspiration of strength and courage!!
posted by Claudia Abbes 7 months ago
Contribute and some way, all I can say is my heart goes out to them. ess
posted by John Scott 7 months ago
I got very emotional after hearing the brothers story and I wish I could
posted by John Scott 7 months ago
posted by Denise Howley 7 months ago
Wishing you the very best recovery. I wish I had extra money to donate but I will keep you in my prayers and wish you a speedy recovery. :)
posted by Christine Mousseau 7 months ago
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