Help Allen "Moe" Lazenby Fight Leukemia

Allen "Moe" Lazenby, my son in law was recently diagnosed with Acute Myelocytic Leukemia, a type of cancer that occurs in the blood cells throughout the body and in the bone marrow. He was admitted to LGH on November 11,2013 to begin a long process of chemotherapy. He will be a patient in the hospital a minimum of 28 days and may require a bone marrow transplant which will have to be done at UVA or Duke. My daughter, Debbie has vowed to stay by his side and will also be out of work during his journey to remission.
Allen has always been there for his family and friends and would never ask for anything for himself. His family has always come first in his life. His wife Debbie, his daughters, Nikki (Crystal Reed) and Mandi "lil Moe", grandchildren, Haley, Drew, and Kadence are the loves of his life.
Allen also loves hunting, fishing, camping, and Chevy trucks.
Unfortunately this year Allen will not be able to enjoy his favorite pastime hunting, but those big bucks and bears will be even bigger next year.
I know a lot of people would like to know how they can help his family during this rough time. We have set up a link to make it easy for you to help them with their financial burdens.Contributions will go directly to Allen and Debbie through this site.
Please continue to keep Allen and his family in your Prayers.
Thank You so much,
Family of Allen and Debbie Lazenby
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Organizer

Jean Stultz 
Organizer
Roanoke, VA
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