Sean was diagnosed with his brain tumour at the tender age of 20 and therefore has a minimal life insurance policy, any additional funds remaining/raised will go to assisting in the cost of raising their young children, Ronnie and Norah.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who have been such a tremendous support through this difficult time.**
My brother, Sean Court has been a fighter from his start being born at 28 weeks weighing 3 pounds 2 ounces. He was diagnosed with a brain tumor, oligodendroglioma, at 20 years of age. He just turned 40 in January, 2018. He has been through multiple chemo treatments, radiation and 3 surgeries. We were just informed last week that the current chemo he was taking isn’t working. We are looking at some other treatments which we hope will help prolong his life so he can have more time with his wife (Sara) and 2 children. He has had a lot of help over the years from community, church and family, all of which has been deeply appreciated but the expenses are getting overwhelming. We are looking for help to cover further medical and related expenses (transportation, gas, parking, lodging - it all adds up) as well as adjustments to their home to accommodate his growing needs and enable him to stay at home with his family. We appreciate any and all donations as well as help getting the word out by sharing my link to your Facebook timeline. Thank you for reading Sean’s story.
- Alan Bridge
- Howard Snyder
- Leesa Edwards
- Sandy Stevens
- Heather Schmitke
Organizer and beneficiary
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