Mike Miller's Emergency Fundraiser

On Monday September 25, 2017, Mike was struck by a truck while riding his motorcycle to work. He suffered multiple injuries the most serious being a broken pelvis and several breaks in his back. Since the accident Mike has had multiple surgeries, complications and setbacks. He has been off work for several months and his wife had to leave her job in order to care for him.

Recently the hardware placed in Mikes pelvis started to fail and had to be upgraded.  The failure of the hardware and/or the surgery to repair it caused a large tear in his bladder that required another surgery and extreme pain. Mike is now bed ridden for a minimum of 6 more weeks before he starts rehab over again.

We're trying to raise money to help the family with their day-to-day bills and the mounting medical debt.   Without any income this has become an extreme financial hardship for them.  The driver that struck Mike had minimal insurance that has already reached its limit. They have also informed me that they are now in foreclosure on their mortgage. This is not a good time for them to lose their house.

Mike loved riding and was very active prior to the accident. He has been told that he will not be able to ride again. Please help us help this family that has lost so much by lifting them in prayer and/or by donating to this fund. Thank you and may God bless you!


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Organizer and beneficiary

Joseph Fritz 
Peoria, AZ
Michael Miller 
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