MATT FAIELLA (EATON) FUNDRAISER
Tabor was flying back and forth to be with his son while in Maryland. Tabor had to take time off work and as you can imagine, the financial responsibility is enormous. Tabor has to work to keep his insurance active; therefore, he had to come home to work. Bringing Matt home was also of importance so that he could receive treatment but also see his family and friends.
Diane, Matt's mother spent the entire time with him. A mother's love is like no other as we all know, and while Matt's siblings are at home, I think it is important that the family is together and Matt can be close to his family for moral support while he is fighting the battle of his life.
We are thankful that Matt is getting the best medical attention necessary, but if possible, we ask for your help to lessen the financial burden on the family and let them focus on the real issue. We would be forever grateful.
Services: Memorial services will be held on Saturday, May 17, from noon to 3:15 p.m. at Manchester Christian Church, 1308 Wellington Road, Manchester.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Ronald McDonald House in Baltimore, Md.; Dana Farber Cancer Research Program in Children's Hospital, Boston; Child Literacy Programs of New Hampshire and the Sister's Wish Foundation of Springvale, Maine. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/unionleader/obituary.aspx?pid=170978436#sthash.18n53XRu.dpuf
Arrangements are still pending and we will let all of you know when services are scheduled.
Thank you for your continued support.
Yesterday was the hardest day I have ever gone through.... I still can't beleive that my son is really gone....Matt was more than a good person he was a special gift put on this earth...he was surrounded by family and very close friends who held him until he passed....my wife Diane comforted him with words that only a mother could say .....as I woke up this morning I felt an emptyness I have never felt in all my years....I saw all the post that we're posted in support of Matthew and our family and I wanted to say thank you...so many posted I could never list them all... I received phone calls from family and friends that really touched me....now our family must somehow begin a new life without Matt..... That will be hard and I'm not sure where to begin but all the kind words we received will greatly help....thank you....
We went to visit Matt yesterday and he loves Boston Creme Doughnuts with lucky charms stuffed in it and he loves Shamrock Shakes. Shamrock shakes are no longer available so Matt ordered a Mocha Frappe instead. His room is filled with food that friends and family have made but most of all it is filled with love.
Continue to keep Matt and his family in your thoughts and prayers through this difficult time.
We can't thank all of you enough and we truly appreciate your love and support. The support of family and friends is simply amazing, beyond words.
Tabor. I just found this 5 minutes ago randomly while on facebook. I'm in shock. literally. I am so sorry you're going through this. I had no idea. I can't imagine what it's like. ...words are hard to find for this subject... I'm truly sorry Tabor...no one should experience losing a child. -old high school friend- Jesse
I am so sorry for your loss. My heart is breaking for you and your family. I cannot even imagine what you are going through but you will be in my heart and prayers throughout this difficult time. May your memories of Matt sustain you. Gail (friend of Andee's)
Seeing your smiles Matt makes my heart melt and I know we have never met but you have a great impacted in my heart with your strength and Courage . Love you kiddo !