Terry Johnson Needs Your Help

On Friday, December 29th, Terry Johnson was taken to the Emergency Room in Jackson, Michigan. He was admitted to the hospital and quickly placed into the Intensive Care Unit; it was then determined that he had a mild heart attack, at an unknown time, with minor injury to the heart muscle. After testing his blood they also determined that he has ketoacidosis, and that his kidneys are only working at about 60%. He was
put on a three day dialysis for treatment and will be re-evaluated continuously to determine if he needs further dialysis. An infection that began in his finger has
spread and entered his blood stream, causing sepsis as well. On Wednesday, January 3rd, Terry was put onto a feeding tube and at this time he is still very incoherent
and lethargic. We are all waiting to see if there will be any improvements, big or small, in the near future. His three kids, Abraham, Isabella, and Emmeline visit
everyday to rally and support him in any way they can. Terry currently has some health insurance, but at this time we are looking at a long recovery process with
physical rehabilitation in the future. We are not sure how we are going to be able to pay for all of his needs and are requesting any help possible. Thank you all.

IMPORTANT: At this time it is asked that only immediate family visit him due to his unstable conditions. We will keep posting updates on social media.


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