Help Bob Beidleman and family

A fellow racer is in need of help. Bob Beidleman of Walnutport, PA is suffering from GBM brain cancer stage 4. glioblastoma multiform brain cancer is highly aggressive. In January, Bob was taken to the emergency room for what was thought to be carbon monoxide poisoning. This day forever changed Bob's life along with his wife Cindy and their children Bobbi, Cole, and Tori. On January 25 Bob underwent surgery to remove a large mass on the right side of his brain. During the surgery Bob suffered a mild stroke because the tumor had wrapped around a main artery in his brain. Bob was hospitalized from January 25th through March 11th and during that time also developed a blood clot in his lungs and in his legs.
In the month after surgery another significant tumor formed behind where the initial tumor resection was done. Bob currently is undergoing chemotherapy and radiation that will continue for six more weeks and then after a four week break he will have an MRI to see if anything has grown and then he will begin six months of double chemotherapy treatments.
For those of you who are not familiar with Bob's history, Bob's grandfather and Charlie Sacks were partners in owning a sprint car driven by Eddie Sacks.  They raced in the Penn Jersey circuit now known as the URC. Bob's grandfather wanted one of his grandsons to race and Bob was the only willing and capable one. Bob began drag racing in a 1957 Chevy and then moved on to race a late model at Dorney park between the ages of 15 and 17. Bob's grandfather then put him in his sprint car. Bob carried on driving sprint cars in his grandfathers memory and in all honesty, the thought of being able to race again is what has kept him fighting.
Bob has applied for disability but because he worked up to two weeks prior to being admitted he must wait five months to receive his first disability payment. The family is without income and is in need of our help. They are currently in need of gas money to get to the doctors appointments for Bob and for Cindy to take care of their children. The family needs groceries and to pay mortgage payments and utilities.
Bob's prognosis is not good but he is fighting. If you can find it in your heart please donate to Bob and his family. You can do so by either sending it directly to them at the address of 1039 Municipal Rd., Walnutport, PA 18088 or by donating on the go fund me page.

Organizer and beneficiary

Jill Walter
Middleburg, PA
Cindy Beidleman

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