Danny Noble's Bicycle Accident Fund

$1,435 of $5,000 goal

Raised by 27 people in 2 months
We are here to help a good friend who was recently involved in a cycling accident.   Danny Noble was out doing what he loved - riding his bicycle.  In an attept to avoid being hit by a large truck Danny crashed his gravel bike.  Thankfully Danny was with friends and they got him to the hospital where they discoved a broken hip which required surgery.

Although Danny has health insurance we all know how insurance is these days. I know none of us are made of money, but if you can help a little it would be more than appreciated.  Danny is a truly kind and wonderful member of our family and group of friends .  Let's hope for a quick recovery, and thank you all for your support and love!

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Update 2
Posted by Chris Locke
1 month ago
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We had a chance to spend some time with Tara yesterday and I have an update on Danny. His stitches were removed earlier this month and he is doing fairly well with the crutches. His next appointment is April 12 and we are hoping he can get rid of the crutches and is able to begin putting some weight on the right leg. We continue to pray that the blood flow has been good and the femoral ball is healing. All the kind messages and financial support to date is very much appreciated. The medical bills are starting to come in and have exceeded his $4,000 deductible. We're hoping Danny is feeling well and will be able to come out to see everyone at our upcoming God's Country Fat Tire Festival to catch up with everyone in person.
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Update 1
Posted by Chris Locke
2 months ago
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Danny had successful surgery and is currently at home resting. Now the hard work begins.
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Danny Noble
11 days ago

I want to say Thank You to all of you for the monetary gift you have given Me and Tara. This has helped us tremendously so that we are not in a hole we will never get out of. We were able to pay the balance we owed to the surgeon at KU Medical Center. The bills after insurance are manageable and should not burden us long term. We are fortunate to have good friends like you in our lives. Thank you again.... Also, I want to thank my lovely wife Tara. She has taken great care of me (loved me) during this time. From the time in the hospital to this day, she has been there for me. Thank you so much, I love you. We went back to the surgeon on April 12 with the expectation that I would be 100% weight bearing. We were disappointed, only 50% weight bearing. This is when I really realized this is going to be a slow process. So I am now 50% weight bearing for the next 2 weeks. After two weeks I can start to put more weight on my leg depending on the pain. I have been working from home and will continue to do so until I am more mobile which could be 4 weeks, not sure. I did set my bike on the trainer and have rode that once with no pain. This will get me by till I can get on the ground. The DK 200 is out for me this year and other races that I signed up for but maybe by July, I can start riding some. I am getting a little better every morning and seem to be sleeping most if not all of the night. Thanks again and I hope to see you all soon.

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Terri N. Traul
1 month ago

Happy Birthday, Danny Wishing you a speedy recovery Wish I could do more ❤

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$1,435 of $5,000 goal

Raised by 27 people in 2 months
Created February 15, 2017
$100
Lanterne Rouge
2 months ago
1
1

Hope it helps!

VB
$50
Val Bontrager
6 days ago
RC
$50
Rich Cornell
1 month ago

Chin up, Tara!

TT
$25
Terri Traul
1 month ago
$50
Anonymous
1 month ago
MR
$50
Monicka and Charles Remboldt
1 month ago
PE
$50
Phil Ellsworth
2 months ago

I predict a rapid recovery!

SB
$25
Stephanie Boal
2 months ago
$100
Frank Halsey
2 months ago

From your friends in The Fort. Hope you're doing better.

NH
$50
Natalia Hamill
2 months ago

Wishing you well, Danny! Hang in there Tara!

Danny Noble
11 days ago

I want to say Thank You to all of you for the monetary gift you have given Me and Tara. This has helped us tremendously so that we are not in a hole we will never get out of. We were able to pay the balance we owed to the surgeon at KU Medical Center. The bills after insurance are manageable and should not burden us long term. We are fortunate to have good friends like you in our lives. Thank you again.... Also, I want to thank my lovely wife Tara. She has taken great care of me (loved me) during this time. From the time in the hospital to this day, she has been there for me. Thank you so much, I love you. We went back to the surgeon on April 12 with the expectation that I would be 100% weight bearing. We were disappointed, only 50% weight bearing. This is when I really realized this is going to be a slow process. So I am now 50% weight bearing for the next 2 weeks. After two weeks I can start to put more weight on my leg depending on the pain. I have been working from home and will continue to do so until I am more mobile which could be 4 weeks, not sure. I did set my bike on the trainer and have rode that once with no pain. This will get me by till I can get on the ground. The DK 200 is out for me this year and other races that I signed up for but maybe by July, I can start riding some. I am getting a little better every morning and seem to be sleeping most if not all of the night. Thanks again and I hope to see you all soon.

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Terri N. Traul
1 month ago

Happy Birthday, Danny Wishing you a speedy recovery Wish I could do more ❤

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