As a result of the accident, Kendall is now staying with her parents Rex and Piper. Perrin will have up to 8 weeks of rehabilitation before coming home to stay with Rex and Piper for an extended period of time as well. Unfortunately, Rex and Piper's home is in no condition for wheel chair access. The most immediate needs are a remodel of a bathroom to make it wheel chair accessible and a ramp and new doorway to give Perrin access to the home from the outside.
Funds raised will go towards offsetting the costs of the needed bathroom and ramp renovations which has been estimated at between 15 and 20 thousand dollars.
Rex teaches math at Widefield High School, coached volleyball for years, sponsors the Christian fellowship club and heads up its food drive that provides food for dozens of Widefield families in need each year over winter break. Piper is a long-standing employee at the community center, and the pair provide holiday cheer each year as Mr. and Mrs. Claus at the holiday tree lighting celebration as well as several other gatherings during the holidays. For this couple who has given so much, we are asking for prayers, time, talents, or tithings to help them in this endeavor.
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Thank you and God bless.