Aaron Pyatt’s recovery and family fund.
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Aaron Pyatt 35 years old, my step-dad who has raised me since I was two has been diagnosed with heart failure and suffered from a massive stroke which has led to a blood clot on his brain and an enlarged heart. He was admitted to Mercy Health in Paducah KY Tuesday because he was coughing up blood, the doctors told us his heart was working at 10% and that it was damaged and enlarged. Aaron suffered from pneumonia two weeks ago but the infection did not heal which led to fluid on his lungs and an attack to his heart. They did some work and thought he would make a recovery soon until yesterday when the stroke happened. Now he has been flown to Vanderbilt hospital in Nashville, TN where he could be there for what the doctors said weeks. We are praying for a recovery. Aaron is a father to three girls, he is a foster parent to two toddlers, he is a husband, and a friend to many many people. If you were ever lucky enough to know Aaron you know he is the life of the party. He will make you laugh until you cry and he has the singing voice of an angel. Aaron may never be the same again, half of his body is hardly working from the stroke and the doctors say he could be in a wheelchair for the rest of his life, but we are praying he will be able to walk again. He will never be able to work again and my mother cannot work until he has recovered which could take months. The Go Fund Me will go towards the living expenses such as bills for his house and his car, traveling expenses to come see him, and his recovery, because both parents will be having no income and we don’t know how long that will last. If you know my mother she is the hardest working mother I know and she never would ask for a handout but as of right now with the circumstances I knew I had to do something. I took it upon myself to ask friends, family and acquaintances for help because the stress of living expenses on top of his medical conditions is hard. If you can’t donate we understand we just ask that you please pray for a strong recovery and healing because the power of prayer is one of the strongest things in the world.
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