Their home has had major repairs to it in the hope that all mold has been removed. This has been a major and expensive undertaking which has not improved the value of their home. This home repair was an expense, not an investment. During the time that mold was removed from the home, Angie had to stay with friends and in local hotels to avoid her home. Between the major repairs made to the home, and the numerous nights spent in local hotels, their financial situation is quite frankly, urgent.
The medical bills are arriving. Angie Clark has seen many doctors, on many different occasions, for the purpose of trying to eliminate the toxic mold from her body. She has not recovered, yet, and we can only hope that she fully recovers. Additional doctor visits, and expenses, are expected.
The Clarks are about to try and move back into their home, in the hope that Angie will not have any "allergic" type reactions to any residual mold that may still be found anywhere in their home. We will provide updates here on how this move works out.
All funds raised through this fundraiser will be used exclusively for medical expenses, unless you specify differently at the time of donating.
My name is Craig Ferguson, a retired NC Wildlife Law Enforcement Officer. I have known Angie Clark for almost 20 years as the mother of two children, Abby and Aaron, and as the wife of Sgt. Aric Clark, who is a friend, and former co-worker of mine. I spoke with Aric this morning, and after speaking to him, I know that they need help. Once this gofundme fundraiser is approved and active, I hope to be the first person to contribute. I also ask you to consider donating as well. The Clark's will not ask for help, so I am asking on their behalf.
Aric, Angie, Abby, and Aaron Clark live in Raeford, NC. They need our help to resume the productive life that they had before late April of 2017. Your prayers, and financial contributions are welcome, and will help provide them with some relief to get through the stress that a hardship like this can cause.