Teddys Medical and Rehab Fund

Theodore Lackey, also know as Teddy is a friend, husband, father, grandpa, son and uncle.He would stop anything to help out a friend in need. Teddy loves to spend his time with friends and family fixing the house, throwing cookouts, fixing cars, spending time with his grandkids building sand castles and fishing. Luckily he was just able to celebrate his 43rd birthday in the hospital surrounded by his family and friends. On Saturday night October, 7th Teddy got into a tragic four wheeler accident. Thankfully his family heard the horrible screeching and flipping of the four wheeler and ran outside to see what had happened. As they got closer they had noticed Teddy was unconscious and bleeding from the head. Quickly they called 911 and started CPR. After what felt like forever help had finally arrived. Paramedics and EMTs transported Teddy to a nearby field where he was life flighted to UMass Hospital. family quickly got themselves together and headed to the hospital. The Neuro and Trauma team worked on reading his head scans and getting Teddy stable. After the traumatic wait the doctors allowed his family to go in to see him. In the ICU Teddy was put into an induced coma until the doctors gained more knowledge on his condition. Within time the doctor’s discovered more, he was suffering from a cracked skull, broken collarbone, bruised lung and four cracked ribs. After two weeks and 4 scans, he was finally able to start moving his limbs.

 Once the Doctors took him out of the coma they struggled to find the right medicines that would allow him to tolerate the severe pain yet remain carm while being awake and coherent enough for them to get an accurate neuro exam to evaluate his current mental status. Several of these costly medicines were needed to achieve this goal all of with having their own positive and negative side effects. Once he was awake, Teddy had a hard time understanding what had happened and why he was there. His wife, son, and daughter tried there best to make him feel comfortable in this new surrounding. The doctors informed his family that they are concerned about Teddy’s motor skills, and what he could and couldn't do. The best thing for him at that moment would be rest, seeing they were not sure of the final result for the long road to recovery ahead of him.

Six weeks in counting Teddy continues to move in a positive direction, despite minor setbacks due to infections and surgeries. He tried his best to follow all the doctor's orders, In hopes to be eventually transported to a rehabilitation center, Where they can help Teddy work towards returning to everyday life. Within this time his family has been dedicated to spending their days by his side. This has caused much worry within the family making it hard for them to focus on working. Medical bills are beginning to pile up over his stay causing much more stress. The Lackey family continues to support their loved one in his time of need. Any donation contributed will be put forth to medical bills and the long process of  rehabilitation. Thank you all so muchfor everyones love and support towards Teddy and his family, it’s greatly appreciated!!



  • Candice Nutter 
    • $30 
    • 43 mos
  • Laurie Whitney  
    • $100 
    • 43 mos
  • Jamie Scott 
    • $5 
    • 45 mos
  • Randy Southwick 
    • $50 
    • 45 mos
  • Steve & Jamie Salvadore  
    • $200 
    • 45 mos
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Rachael Lafluer 
Barre, MA
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