For those of us lucky enough to know Trever and his family, we are blessed. They have always been there for us when needed. No matter the time, place, or distance, they show up, however possible.
Now, it's our turn.
Trever has been diagnosed with stage 4 Lymphoma. It has progressed for what looks like many years. It has been found in all his lymph nodes and in his spine, pelvis, and sternum. He has two masses on his spinal column that cause him a ton of pain. Knowing how strong Trever is, for him to go see a doctor due to back pain, the level of discomfort he must have been feeling would keep a mere mortal in bed or in the back of an ambulance. He is lucky he did go to the Doctor because otherwise, this horrible sickness would still be picking him apart slowly and unchecked.
Here is where we come in...
So far, he has endured five radiation treatments and has started an extremely aggressive chomo therapy that will last 6 months. And that's just round one of what could be many... Even with amazing insurance, they only cover 80 percent after a pretty steep deductible, which sounds like a lot, but that 20 percent can be crippling even in the best circumstances.
With Trever's superhero of a wife, Nichole, taking care of the four kids and Trever focused on the fight ahead and unable to work, they need any and all help possible covering medical bills and other expenses that may arise as our friend, brother, role model, fights the good fight.
Thank you for taking the time to read this, and your help is appreciated more than I can put in words at this moment.