Help for the Olla family

$197,495 of $200,000 goal

Raised by 1,956 people in 2 months
Created May 30, 2019

I am Tony & Fay’s Aunt and like many of you, I was looking for a way to help this beautiful family. I have started this link to help them with automobile replacement, living, medical/dental and unexpected expenses they are incurring as a result of this serious accident. Their main focus is to make sure the boys are recovered and strong which will impact Tony’s ability to work. All funds will go to Tony & Fay and they are the only people who will be able to access these funds. We started with a goal of $25,000 but we know their expenses will far exceed this amount. We are raising the goal to $75,000. Please help if you can and share with as many friends as you can. Thank you!

On Wednesday, May 29th, five Olla brothers were involved in a severe car accident on Hwy 41/45.  Many people are looking for a way to help this beautiful family. This Go Fund Me page will give you an opportunity to  bless the Olla family as expenses due to this accident begin to grow.   Please give generously!!
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FYI....Tony and Fay asked that I share that Val's Celebration of Life is a casual event. Please dress comfortably.
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FYI.....Tony and Fay asked me to share that Val’s Celebration of Life is a casual event. Please dress comfortably.
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New update from Olla's.....

Today Luciano had his first check up at Children’s Hospital since we arrived home 4 weeks ago. He had a quick MRI to check the fluid around his brain. There was a small amount near the place the bolt had been placed in his brain to measure pressure. The neuro surgeon was not surprised by this and said we will keep an eye on it. We also met with a couple of doctors to assess his recovery and healing. They were all amazed by his progress— only seven weeks after the accident! We know that we still have a journey of healing ahead of us, but we have much hope.

The best part of the trip was visiting some of the nurses that cared for our boys. Luc had written notes for each of the floors he had been on, expressing his gratitude for all of the dear, amazing nurses that took care of him and his brothers. We also had a chance to talk with some of the nurses in the ER that worked on the boys the night of the accident. As we walked down the hall and opened the double doors I felt shaky and I held back my tears as I remembered that night— that night I didn’t know whether or not I was going to lose five of my sons. I just kept thinking of Val... and how the team of doctors and nurses did their best to keep him alive. And then I remind myself that the Lord wanted him home.

We have finally set a date for Valentin’s Celebration Of Life and we would like to invite anyone who can join us. The details are as follows, and once again — we thank all of you so much for supporting our family during one of the hardest times of our lives:

Valentin Vincent’s Celebration of Life
Friday, August 9th at
Northbrook Church
(4014 WI-167, Richfield, WI 53076)
Taco dinner 3:30-5:00 (for those who can join us - until the tacos run out!)
Fellowship and refreshments 5:00-7:00
Val’s memorial 7:00-9:00
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Today Luciano had his first check up at Children’s Hospital since we arrived home 4 weeks ago. He had a quick MRI to check the fluid around his brain. There was a small amount near the place the bolt had been placed in his brain to measure pressure. The neuro surgeon was not surprised by this and said we will keep an eye on it. We also met with a couple of doctors to assess his recovery and healing. They were all amazed by his progress— only seven weeks after the accident! We know that we still have a journey of healing ahead of us, but we have much hope.

The best part of the trip was visiting some of the nurses that cared for our boys. Luc had written notes for each of the floors he had been on, expressing his gratitude for all of the dear, amazing nurses that took care of him and his brothers. We also had a chance to talk with some of the nurses in the ER that worked on the boys the night of the accident. As we walked down the hall and opened the double doors I felt shaky and I held back my tears as I remembered that night— that night I didn’t know whether or not I was going to lose five of my sons. I just kept thinking of Val... and how the team of doctors and nurses did their best to keep him alive. And then I remind myself that the Lord wanted him home.

We have finally set a date for Valentin’s Celebration Of Life and we would like to invite anyone who can join us. The details are as follows, and once again — we thank all of you so much for supporting our family during one of the hardest times of our lives:

Valentin Vincent’s Celebration of Life
Friday, August 9th at
Northbrook Church
(4014 WI-167, Richfield, WI 53076)
Taco dinner 3:30-5:00 (for those who can join us - until the tacos run out!)
Fellowship and refreshments 5:00-7:00
Val’s memorial 7:00-9:00
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$197,495 of $200,000 goal

Raised by 1,956 people in 2 months
Created May 30, 2019
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