Deb Josephson suffered a major stroke this past April 3 after a surgical procedure. Deb has, of course, been unable to work since her stroke and she is currently going through intensive rehab. It is unlikely she will be able to resume the practice of law in the future. Unfortunately, the financial situation for her and for her 19 year old daughter, Chana, (who is in her second year of college) is very challenging. They will have to sell their family home in Tacoma, downsize and find a less expensive place to live in the next few months. Deb's disability will necessitate incurring substantial expenses so that she can learn to function independently. This major transition is going to require significantly more resources than are available. We are therefore reaching out to you for any financial assistance you can provide.
If you would like to make a contribution to help Deb and Chana start a new chapter in their lives, they would be extremely appreciative. Deb's friend and long time practicing Tacoma attorney, Henry Haas, will be managing the donations and making sure they are being used for the purpose they are intended. Many thanks for your generosity.