mother comfortable, began complaining of increasing fatigue, stress and chest congestion. That was Thursday night (April 9). Friday morning, Lisa couldn't get up from the couch that she was sleeping on by my mom's bed and was taken by ambulance to Mercy Hospital. Friday night we were told that they were running several tests and trying to stabilize her. We were semi -encouraged. Saturday morning we woke to the totally unexpected news that "Lisa probably wouldn't make it". No one could go see her except Perry, her husband who was allowed to be at her side when she passed away from COVID virus complications. It happened so quickly, we're still in shock.
If you knew Lisa, you know that her autistic, son, Dalton was her world and her life. She was Dalton and her husband Perry's life. We cannot hold a memorial service at this time. Many of you have reached out to pay tribute to Lisa and ask how you can help. We are setting up this fund for Dalton's care and his future in loving memory of our sister, Lisa Plamp Steelman. All funds will be used for Dalton's needs and care as Perry and Dalton move forward in a world without Lisa.
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