At the young age of 18, Brian began his own home improvement company and married the love of his life, who has stayed by his side since the beginning. Thirty years later, he is the father of two children, Blake and Brooke, as well as a grandfather to Avery.
On January 29, 2015, his entire life was changed. Brian was putting on a roof with his son Blake when he passed out and stumbled off, falling over 16 feet head-first onto concrete. After Blake helped him fight for his life through blood and tears, Brian was airlifted to the Regional Medical Center in Memphis,TN. He broke every rib, his sternum, his back in eight places, his shoulder, fractured his neck, as well as suffered internal bleeding in his brain and spinal chord.
Through Christ's guidance, the doctor performed a successful 8-hour surgery. Brian remained in the trauma intensive care unit for two weeks before being transported to Stallworth at Vanderbilt Medical Center on February 14, where he remains today fighting for his once strength and more importantly to him, his family.
As many of you know, Brian is self-employed and medical expenses are piling up quickly. At Stallworth, his only concern needs to be healing, not finances. Please help me relieve that stress and get my daddy back to where he once was! Every donation is greatly appreciated, no matter how big or small.
2 Corinthians 9:12
This service that you perform is not only supplying the needs of the Lord's people but is also overflowing in many expression of thanks to God.
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