Trent's Brain Surgery Recovery Fund

In January 2018, Trent went to Seattle to have brain surgery to remove the majority of a growth in his brain. They couldn't get it all so he will go back for MRI in January to see if growing again or not!

He is getting better each day, but not 100% with everyday frustration, therapy to get back to work, back to driving, he has eye nystagmus, double vision and extremely bad balance!
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Trent is an amazing, upbeat and positive individual who has always been very generous with his time and money to anyone in need. He is a full time single father, raising his 8 year old son, Liam. He is the sole bread winner and has been a successful mortgage lender for many years. That being said, since his surgery, his insurance Metlife has not made a decision on his long term disability he hasn’t been paid in several months. He is still waiting for this to be resolved, no one has reached out with what he can apply for food stamps, disability, housing the bills are still bills and past due. He has had no financial help and has struggled to pay his most basic bills due to lack of income. His company cant pay him while on medical leave and not working.

He was instructed by his doctors that he is not allowed ANY undue stress. Imagine not being able to pay bills! If you know real estate and Trent at all, stress comes with the job, but imagine being out of the office! All his clients and referral partners have to work with his colleagues who are doing their best to do a great service for them.

He has been in speech, physical, and accupational therapy and doing better. He as been working to regain his motor coordination and motor skills since January. He has been unable to drive his car so that has also been a struggle. He just passed his written test this week and hoping to pass his driving test soon. 

On top of it all, he had his dishwasher, sink and bathroom flood in his place. These issues took the maintenance over 2 months to fix.  He is also a cancer survivor which he had surgery for earlier last year that most don’t even know about. He literally worked up to the moment of surgery, and when he had chemotherapy!

Trent has given so much to his friends, family and colleagues.  It is time that we show him the same generosity and love he has given to others. Please help us to support our friend in HIS time of need.

A post from his Facebook

"Be thankful...

I am thankful to be here for my son to be alive to have survived both cancer and now brain surgery. 
Much love for the family and friends who have and are helping Liam and I.

With social media posts...you can’t see the owing money not spending money (5 months without pay), the everyday frustration, working to get back to work, back to driving again, having eye nystagmus and double vision, bad balance isn’t easy.

The struggle is real, and that’s okay.... be thankful!"


Thank you for donating anything at all and sharing our campaign. If you cannot donate but are thinking of buying a home or needing to refinance, you can support Trent that way ( He has a staff supporting any new business that comes in). 

www.trentbest.com


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Organizer

Yasamin Azarbin 
Organizer
Vancouver, WA
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