We are asking friends and family of Greg Hall for your support.
Greg suffered a seizure in late October, which led to the discovery of a small tumor on his temporal lobe. Although early diagnosis was that it was benign, pathology unexpectedly revealed malignancy. Greg has been diagnosed with Glioblastoma, an aggressive cancer associated with the malignant brain tumor. The tumor was removed on December 6th.
Within the next month, he is expected to begin treatment (in most cases this is chemotherapy and radiation, followed by additional monitoring and treatment). They are uncertain as to a timeline. In consideration of Greg’s young age and health, doctors are optimistic about his treatment options.
Greg does have medical insurance, which will only cover a portion of his medical procedures and treatment expenses. Unfortunately, Greg still has to cover the previously incurred out of pocket expenses for the (ambulance ride and ER from the seizure) not to mention surgery, upcoming treatments, and possible medical travel, etc. With the uncertainty of the medical bills, we do not know how to estimate a goal to cover these expenses, but we know they will be great.
There are two ways in which you can help Greg out. The Eugene Country Club is accepting checks in addition to this Go Fund Me page.
Please make checks out to Greg Hall and mail to ECC c/o Steve Badenoch, 255 Country Club Rd, Eugene, OR 97401.
In closing, we all know Greg as a great friend, family member, Elvis Impersonator, and longtime employee of the Eugene Country Club,
Greg's sister Kristina will be keeping all of us updated as news becomes available.
Thank you in advance for showing kindness and support towards Greg!!
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