Gonna beat Cancer~hoping 4 help

Hi, my name is Mark Lindquist. I am 48 years young and a single father of two amazing teenage boys.
Nearly a month shy of 2 years ago I lost my beloved wife to pancreatic cancer.
By the grace of God we managed to survive the devastation, and by forging on I found myself presented with the oportunity to secure a job working for a company i was proud to be a part of, and excited to join.
Tesla hired me in April of 2016.
In this short time myself and my boys healed and grew, and began planning our future.
I found myself in a financial place that i would be able to bring to fruition a lifelong dream of owning a home.
That happened, and 3 months later the doctors told me i have stage 4 colon cancer.
I began chemotherapy late August, and the Dr's are forseeing it lasting through late January.
I have put in for short term disability through Tesla (so grateful for my insurance and the people/family there!),
unfortunately short term disability wont quite cover my little family's living expenses.
So here i am, humbly requesting assistance.
Im staying strong in my faith that the Lord will provide, i know that this is in His hands.
I also know i need to do for myself.
And with your kind support I can see a successful battle, and a future with my boys in our home.
We appreciate you taking the time to read our story.
We are beyond grateful for any donation that you offer.
In love, gratitude and blessings paid forward always, Mark.


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Mark Lindquist 
Reno, NV
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