Arian Kohler Recovery Fund
While on a volunteer mission to help rebuild Puerto Rico with HEART/911, a humanitarian organization dedicated to bringing a message of hope to those affected by disaster, our Arian Kohler suffered traumatic injuries from an automobile collision while a pedestrian. This tragic event nearly cost him his life on Saturday 6/23/2018. He has been successfully medically transported to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. His long road to recovery surrounded by a loving and supportive family has now begun. For those of you who have not had the pleasure of having Arian in their lives, I will do my best to describe who he is. Arian is a Marine veteran, a 2nd year apprentice in the New York City Carpenters Union, Local 157. He is a dedicated father, to Mila and loving fiancé to Jasmin. He has a loving family including his mother, father, sister and so many more. He has always had a larger than life personality and a heart to match. As many of us know, Arian has always had the uncanny ability to bring people of all walks of life together to unite for a common cause. He is generous of his energy, time and spirit to all he meets. Unfortunately, he is now the one that has been affected by a medical disaster. It is Arian that now needs help, as he has done throughout his life for others. Donations to alleviate the pressure that numerous medical bills, rehabilitative expenses and loss of wages will have on him and his family are appreciated at this time.+ Read More
To the amazement of both orthopedic surgeons and physical therapists Arian was discharged from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital on July 9th after ten short days of treatment. He is now home with Jasmin and Mila while he recovers over the next few months. Now in his healing process he asks that if you’d like to visit feel free to do so! Just be sure to contact Arian beforehand as to not wake the baby. While this accident has taken his leg he hasn’t lost a step in spirit or drive. He now seeks to assist other amputees in dealing with the emotional and psychological stress associated with losing a limb.