Continued Veteran Survival
I am 54, disabled, and a veteran of the United States Air Force; I spent the last 10 years of my wife's life, the last 10 years of our 12 year marriage, taking care of her as she slowly died over the span of that decade. Our lives became a tight orbit around each other as things got worse.
My wife died of complications of the cancer she had when she was 16, Hodgkin's Lymphoma. (My two youngest children are taken care of by my in-laws and they are their legal guardians; my oldest moved out of the house after his mother died). The treatment for Hodgkin's destroyed her lungs and heart and when she died last March, at 2:30 in the morning of the 19th, she was only 42.
My life has fallen apart financially since then and my physical condition has been terrible for the past 10 years. I have fibromyalgia, a bad back injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, neuropathy in my feet and lower legs, gout, and more; I can barely take care of myself. I am unable to work due to my physical conditions and the terrible depression that I am fighting against.
Your kind help and donations led me to be able to leave the tiny box I was living in and move into an actual home! But bills are high and I am unable to work- physical issues and mental issues keep me disabled.
Would you help me feed my family today im also a vet we no food or transportation or family to help us
He makes mention in his latest video that he is having trouble finding a rental property because of his foreclosure from when his wife passed away. He needs housing options, and he needs them fast because his in-laws will be moving soon. He currently lives in Shelton, Washington. So, if you know of any rental properties that go through private owners please let him know.
Can anyone offer this man pro bono financial planning services? Or offer to be his investor? I got received a small settlement of 20K last year and am very grateful to my investor for putting it in a diversified stock portfolio where I've already increased my initial investment by 15% over 9 months. I'm terrible with money so I likely would have blown it without his guidance. Perhaps William could do similar with any money he has leftover after buying essentials? This way he'd be assured financial stability for years to come. Side note: I know right now is not the best time to invest given the market but in future.
Thanks to everyone for donating!
Is there any way that I can get ahold of Roeben? I'm interested in fund raising for him, but would like to be able to speak with him first. Thanks!
I forgot to leave you my link. On go fund me it's " nice lady got hit by a truck" or 23b7nk24 God bless you and your family.
I'm sorry for your loss and the physical issues.I share some similar issues. I would donate to your cause but as you can see on my link, I'm not in a position to help. Please see my story and share with others. God bless you and your family. Love, Cindy