Before the accident Chris ran his own flooring sales and installation business Custom Touch Flooring out of Pelzer, SC. He and his wife April worked together each day, and his customers absolutely love him and his quality work. Since this is their livelihood and Chris' love, our hope is that he can regain the skills he needs to continue on with what he has built from the ground up.
As you can expect, there are a ton of medical bills already piled up. The people at Roger C. Peace informed his wife today that they would be releasing him next week due to a lack of insurance coverage. They also told her that outpatient therapy will have to be paid out of pocket. A doctor said today that he doesn't believe that Chris will ever be able to work again due to his lagging cognitive abilities. Chris' income from his business was the only income for the household and now that he is not able to work, there will be no income. The family could certainly use any donation that you can spare to cover his medical expenses. No amount is too small. Remember what Jesus did with the loaves of bread and two small fish? We are confident that He will provide for Chris' every need.
Please join us in prayer for Chris' recovery, spiritually, physically, mentally, and emotionally. Thank you so much for your support, prayers, and love through this tragedy. We are blessed to have such wonderful people in our lives!
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