I am calling upon all family and friends and those that are able to help at this time. My husband Scott Oliver was in a horrific car accident and passed away on Monday 03/12/2018. He arrived at the hospital and the doctors did what they could and were not able to save his life. We called all the surrounding hospitals but I never thought of Scottsdale area hospitals. I then posted on Facebook and all my friends shared my post and their friends shared as well and I was able to have someone reach me and said that I needed to call Shea Medical in Scottsdale. The search for my husband came to an end but not a happy ending. I found out that Scott had passed away and that he was not able to resist the surgery.
I am still in disbelief and with a very heavy heart I learned of his tragic death. I don't know if the grieving process will ever end. I have heard from many friends and family that with time you learn to cope with the passing of your loved ones. Scott was someone very special, he was a charmer to say the least with a heart of gold. As we all do, we all have our moments but Scott would always try to keep upbeat and positive.
Scott and I met in 1999 through AOL. He and I connected quickly and would talk for hours at a time. He never failed to call me throughout my day and always called to say good night. When it was time to meet, he asked me how he would be able to recognize me. "Scott, I will be holding a Winnie the pooh balloon, you will be able to spot me from miles away" We met and it didn't take much time for him to have me fall madly and deeply in love with him. He was everything a girl could ask for. Charming, tall, green-eyed boy with a strong handsome smile and a beautiful mind. He got me and we never looked back from that day forward. We lived and loved for 18 years but those day seemed so short the day I found out he passed away so tragically.
Scott has left behind a wife that will always hold him dear to her heart. The memories I will always keep dear and near. I am having such a difficult time but I know I have to be strong for my family. My faith in God is keeping me as sane as possible. I am grateful to all of you that have helped me with this heartache.
I cant even begin to explain the financial hardship that I am in. Looking through his personal belongings and his briefcase, I found bills that had not been paid and that were late or in collections. The one that took me by surprise was the letter from our mortgage company saying that our home was going to be auctioned off on the 28th of March. I had no idea, I don't know why Scott felt he couldn't share this information with me. Scott has always been the primary home provider and I understand that he probably didn't want me to worry. I know he had things that were going on to save the house but he didn't make me a apart of this process or to even let me know what was happening. Scott had his reasons and I am going to respect that. What I am fighting for is to try and save my home, I know that he would want me to save whatever I could to be protected. I remember two weeks ago in our kitchen he said to me... "Pooter, I am going to do what ever it takes to protect you no matter what" I realize now why he said that. Never thought that two weeks later he would be gone.
Please help me so that I can save what is left of my husband. I need to do what ever it takes to save our home and to be able to give my husband a farewell for all his family and friends. I need your help family, friends and friends of friends. Anything will help. I need to pay before the 27th because the auction starts on the 28th. Scott put everything in this house to make it a home and I would like to keep our home in memory of my husband. I appreciate all of you for taking the time to read and for your generosity.
RIP Scott Oliver 04-22-1963 to 03-12-2018
I love you and miss you terribly
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