Hello. My name is Cary. Here is my story. My wife whom I've had the pleasure of being with for 27 years was born with a rare disease called MELAS. This is a progressive disease with no cure. As a result of the disease, she became diabetic and also had a condition called Wolff Parkinson-White (extra nerves to the heart). Recently, she became ill and nearly died from complications related the to disease. She became well again which was nothing short of a miracle and came home on October 25, 2014. One month later on November 25, 2014, my wife was diagnosed with chronic subdural hematoma as a result of a blood thinner used to prepare her for an ablation of the Wolff Parkison-White. She was flown to a hospital for a procedure to drain the blood from her brain. The doctors were unable to stop the bleeding and the condition worsened destroying her brain leaving her in a vegatative state. She remained alive and unresponsive until she passed away on November 29, 2014. This experience has been agonizing.
My wife leaves behind our daughter, myself and her two cats that adore her. She was the kindest most innocent human beings I have ever known. To know her is love her.
We are asking for help with her funeral expenses. Our goal is $7000. Any help is greatly appreciated.