Nancy Cotten is the mother of three beautiful boys. Their youngest son struggles with severe Muscular Dystrophy and the family is in desperate need of donations and support after the tragic and unexpected death of Norm Cotten, their beloved husband and father. Their lives have been thrown into tearful disarray and now is the time that they need our love and support the most!
Norm provided the financial and physical strength to his family and he has been taken from them much too soon. Norm was a chiropractor and loved to spend his free time with his family. He loved to golf, play cornhole, darts, and watch sports. Norm was loved by so many people in his community and will be greatly missed.
The family has not only lost an immensely precious part of their lives but also the person that provided the critical part of their youngest son’s daily medical care. Norm was the physical strength that provided accessibility to most of his youngest sons everyday needs, especially transferring him in and out of the shower and lifting him in and out of vehicles for frequent doctor’s visits necessary for his medical care.
The family is in desperate need of having Handicap renovations made to the home to make it easier to provide the necessary medical care to their disabled son without the physical help of his father. They have an urgent need to renovate the bathroom to make the shower wheelchair accessible. They also have to quickly either purchase a vehicle that is wheelchair accessible or purchase a lift for their current vehicle. The family could really use your help with contributions towards Norms costly funeral expenses and the necessary improvements to the home and vehicle.
Any donations would be greatly appreciated to help the Cotten family in their time of crisis.
Nancy and her family need your love and support now more than ever as they work towards piecing together their shattered lives. Anything you are able to contribute would make a world of difference. Now is the time to give as this is the time when support is needed the most. Please help this deserving family as they go through the healing and recovery process of losing their loved one.