Medical Relocation for Lung Transplant
Lynn Klecka Mcqueen and her son, Gerald, are traveling to Durham, NC for his 2nd full lung transplant. Surgery is an emergency as Gerald's lungs are failing due to antibody mediation rejection of the lungs transplanted when he was 17, 8 years ago. An incorrect vaccination he received in October of 2020 caused his lungs to go into rejection. Lynn will take FMLA and be without income for their living situation while in Durham for surgery and recovery. She is a retired teacher from Huntsville City Schools and is currently employed at Holy Spirit Catholic Regional School on Huntsville, AL.. Her husband, employed by State of Alabama's DHR, will maintain family home in Huntsville so he will remain here.
Funding is needed for daily living expenses to cover their needs: shelter, food, travel, gas and other basics of daily living.
Your financial support is greatly appreciated. Insurance will cover surgery, however, there is significant need for both Gerald and his mom to remain in Durham neat Duke University.
This a medically emergency as Gerald requires a transplant this summer.
Thank you in advance. God Bless you call.
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