On Friday morning, September 11, the Weideman family suffered a setback when 43 year-old Dave experienced an unexpected, life-altering stroke. Dave was rushed to Massachusetts General Hospital where he remains today, fighting to regain basic motor skills and the critical role that he plays in the lives of others. Dave, his wife Diana, and their two boys Drew and Dustin are fixtures in the Hooksett and Moultonborough, NH communities. They’ve made a positive impact on so many, and in their time of need, I’m asking that you would consider doing the same.
Dave’s road to recovery won’t be easy, and the family needs your support. All of the proceeds of your generosity will cover the many costs associated with Dave’s journey to restored health, including:
Transportation costs. Today, Diana is traveling 100 miles every day (while paying for Boston parking) just to be by Dave’s side.
Medical bills not covered by insurance.
Unforeseen financial hardships due to an extended time away from work.
Dave had a way of making us all smile. From his loud, signature laugh, to his generosity with craft beer, to the sarcastic humor that only he could pull off, Dave made every interaction feel like happy hour. With your prayers and financial support, we can’t wait to ‘raise a can’ to Dave when his comeback is complete.
Thank you for bringing hope to the Weideman’s during this challenging time, and for your friendship and meaningful support in all of the shapes it may take.