Landon Howe Accident/Recovery Fund

$18,820 of $10k goal

Raised by 430 people in 4 months
Justin Howe
on behalf of Susan Howe
 RENO, NV
On November 25th, the day after Thanksgiving, Landon Howe, who is serving his LDS mission in Baton Rouge, Louisiana was hit by a car while riding his bike. He is hospitalized with three brain bleeds and a collapsed lung (originally thought to be punctured). We are raising money to help with accident expenses, travel, and recovery costs. Anything and everything is greatly appreciated. If you cannot afford to donate, please take the time to share this post and offer prayers and happy thoughts on his behalf.

Landon's mother, Susan Howe, will be managing the funds to help pay for accident expenses and other costs directly related to this incident. Thank you again for your overwhelming love and support in this trying time.
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Update 26
Posted by Justin Howe
10 days ago
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During Landon's last doctor's visit it was determined that there were no signs of spikes, which would have indicated the possibility that he could have a seizure. From what it sounds like, he'll be back to business as usual in no time!
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Update 25
Posted by Justin Howe
22 days ago
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Quick update! On February 23rd, the staples were removed from Landon's skull, and he was cleared to resume physical therapy as long as he slows down if it starts giving him a headache. That said, his headaches are nearly gone, and he will have a CT scan and follow-up appointment with the surgeon in early April.
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Update 24
Posted by Justin Howe
1 month ago
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Hi everyone! It's been a while since I last posted, but I wanted to share a fun update. This last Wednesday, Landon made the trip to Salt Lake with my mom to undergo the final (hopefully) surgery. They put his skull flap back in, then kept him in the ICU where they've done a couple scans to make sure everything went well—no bleeding, etc.

This morning, the nurse practitioner gave the go ahead for Landon to return home, so they will be back in Elko this evening. It has been a crazy journey, but your love and support has made it much more bearable, and I know for sure Landon appreciates all of the prayers and well-wishes!

P.S. Don't be fooled by the gruesome picture; he has his skull back, so that's what matters!
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Update 23
Posted by Justin Howe
2 months ago
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Landon spent an hour today with his speech therapist, who confirmed that his long-term and short-term memory seem to be in tact, and that he is speaking well. He is also able to swallow fine now, which has been an on-going concern throughout his recovery process.
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$18,820 of $10k goal

Raised by 430 people in 4 months
Created November 26, 2016
Justin Howe  
on behalf of Susan Howe
EH
$10
Erika Hirst
1 month ago
BM
$50
Barry McClellan
1 month ago

God Bless you and your family in your recovery!!!

$25
Anonymous
2 months ago
$30
Nancy Broussard
2 months ago

I am so sorry this happened to you in Louisiana. Paul Gardner is my first cousin; he let me know what had happened. Get well soon, and Godspeed.

CJ
$50
C J
2 months ago
$50
Anonymous
3 months ago
KA
$25
Katie Allen
3 months ago
CN
$100
Christine Neff
3 months ago
$50
Anonymous
3 months ago
$50
Oran de Baritault
3 months ago

I loved my mission in the Louisiana Baton Rouge Mission! I love the people of Louisiana so so so much! I hope and pray that Elder Howe continues to improve as much as he is! What a beautiful family!

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