As many of you know, last October, my uncle Frank Mulholland had a heart attack and stroke at the age of 44 that led to a long stay in the hospital, followed by a short visit to a rehab facility. For the past year, Frank has been able to recuperate at home with his family and make huge strides towards getting back to his normal routine; even returning to work these past couple months.
This past week, Frank had a seizure which ultimately led to him having another heart attack, and landed him back in the hospital at SLU. He is doing very well considering, and is getting better slowly but surely.
Unfortunately, Frank will not be insured through work while on long term disability. The hospital bills could quickly become overwhelming; so for now, they will be paying out of pocket costs for his insurance. In a time like this, the last thing Molly and Frank need to be concerned about are bills and the life expenses that come along with having two young children. They both will be out of work for an undetermined amount of time as they give the necessary attention to Franks recovery. (Continued below)
If you know Frank personally, you know that if the tables were turned, he would be leading the pack to help in a situation like this. I know he has a huge support system and any help that comes will ease the stress and burden that is to come financially- so that Frank can focus on his family and getting healthy again.
If you can’t donate, please consider sharing this campaign to help broaden our audience. If you can donate, anything is appreciated in a time like this. Frank and Molly, as well as both of their extended family and friends, are very grateful for any way you would consider helping.
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