Tyson Freeman Fundraiser
Hello everyone!! My name is Landon Ziemba, a very close friend of Tyson's. I got the motive to create a fundraiser to help him out with a life long disease he has been battling known as, Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy. He has no idea that I am setting this up for him and I think it will be a great surprise when he soon finds out. So I am asking for your help and support. The disability he is diagnosed with is primarily a disorder of voluntary muscles. These are the muscles you use to move the arms, neck, middle section, and your legs. Over time, his muscles will weaken and atrophy will set it leading to limited mobility in which he is already experiencing now. His biggest struggles are the ability to move his arms and legs, making it very difficult to get to and from places. Tyson's biggest passions are hunting, fishing and being with his family and friends. Having known Tyson for quite sometime he has an extrememly big heart, is caring torwards others, and is a family man. For those that know Tyson, I think we can all agree. Seeing a good friend of yours go through the pain and struggle of this disease makes you grow closer and brings your deapest thoughts and prays to him. I like to treat others as they should be treated and I believe this is the least I could do to help Tyson out. As the outdoors being a major part of Tyson's life, the action track wheel chair would be very beneficial to him. Being a member of Buck Brothers Outdoors, we are very proud to have added Tyson to our team of three. He does all of our editing and hunts 365. Since he does hunt so much, he needs an easier way to move around when helping do more of the dirty work when preparing for season and just better ability to get around obstacles like branches, humps in the ground, thick grassy areas, and so on and so fourth. Tyson is a hunting fool and is intelligent at doing it. But hunting is not the only important thing in his life. This coming June, June 21st to be exact, Tyson will be marrying the love of his life. I couldn't be more happy for them and I am honored to be standing in their wedding. I know from being with Tyson, just how excited he is and how much he loves and cares for his fiance. After reading this, I hope you feel the need to help and support my good friend. This is a struggle he will battle for the rest of his life, and I feel the action track wheel chair is necessary for him to go through his everday life as pain free as possible. Every dollar is greatly appreciated and is going to a great cause in helping out my great friend Tyson Freeman.
Thank you again everyone who has donated for our son to receive this amazing wheelchair. $6000 in 9 days is unbelievable. And thanks to all of you giving and caring people I do believe Tyson's dream will soon come true!
My name is Wes Johnson I'm a quadripalegic so I know what he's going through. I just received an Action Trackchair and it's amazing. There's nowhere it won't go.
Jeremy and I would like to Thank each and everyone of you for your donation for our son!! There are many of you we know and many of you we don't. It is amazing to see the hug hearts of all of you to be so willing to give to help our son out. This chair will be life changing for Tyson. He is in awwwww of all of this he never dreamed this would happen our that there would ever be a possibilty to have this chair but even more to have the oppurtunity to be out there in the front lines hunting along with his little brothers and all his friends. He will no longer have to sit in the pickup watching the rest of them hunt. So Thank you Thank you everyone of you for all you are doing for our very special son.
I got an invite to hunt with Tyler this spring and he is an amazing guy with a huge heart. He try's not to let his condition slow him down. He loves to hunt but it is difficult for him to do so. When we hunted together this spring and it showed me how much I take for granted. Walking into the blind, getting outta my chair, getting out of the blind. If there was anyone that needs a chair it is for sure Tyson!