Please help if you can! A mother would do just about anything for her child; hence, I am coming to you for help for him. Micheal worked for almost 13 years at the same place working himself up from a temporary job to second in command in the lab. He loved his job and was good at it, but like many during this pandemic, he lost his job. His last day of work was May 22 and still hasn’t received unemployment. He had one more test and then meet with the specialist to see if he actually has leukemia and canceled it because he couldn't pay. He applied for a medical card but hasn’t received it yet either, so when he gets the card, he will reschedule the last test. The first and second test show high whit blood count with multiple swollen lymphomas. Like most counties DHHR and unemployment offices, I am sure they are overwhelmed. However, he bought his first home for his two beautiful children and girlfriend two years ago and is scared of loosing everything. Obviously, he is behind on the mortgage, utilities, and a small loan he took out to put breaks on his truck which was going to cost $500+. The auto guy said to not drive his truck until the breaks are fixed because it is dangerous. However, he hadn’t spent the money, so he used that to survive and feed his family which ran out about two weeks ago. Thankfully the other grandparents kept their daughter and two children, so they could eat.
Micheal is a good hardworking man who was raised in the church. He loves his parents, his sister and family which he is a wonderful uncle, and he loves his girlfriend and two children and is a great dad. Please forward this to your friends and Facebook page. If you can relate to this young mans troubles and extreme stress, please click on the donate button. He is a great dad who needs his kids, and they need their daddy.
- Ian Moore
- Janis Tennant