John and Family
On April 10th, my Uncle John suffered from a stroke brought on by a brain aneurysm. For years he had dealt with migraines and headaches but unaware why at the time. Despite all that he continued to be a hard worker while enjoying the simple things in life. Some of his hobbies include spending time with his 3 children and wife (hes always been such a good family man and I myself have always viewed him as a father figure to me.) You could also find him out in the garage working on cars or building something from wood or even doing yard work to name a few. He has many talents one of them he is passionate about deeply he made a career out of and that is remodeling homes. He also has a great sense of humor and loves to laugh, always seeing harder times on a lighter side. It's not very often you won't see him smiling or joking around. I have many fond memories of my Uncle John and he is genuinely a great person who always lends a helping hand to anyone. Always putting others first, he would give a stranger the last dollar in his pocket and do it with a smile. Anything is much appreciated in this time of hardship for him and his family on this long road of recovery. Thank you for taking the time to read my story. God Bless~+ Read More
John is still continuing to have terrible migraines which the pain medication is helping. Thank you everyone for your continuous prayers.
My husband John continues to have migraines because of the blood left that is not trying to come out of his brain and is pooling so they are talking about doing a lumbar drain to suck the bleeding out and worse case scenario they would have to drill hole in his skull to release the pressure