Stand by Brianne Russell
￼ This is Brianne Russell. She is a mother of three, a daughter, a sister, a fiance, friend, a confidant and much much more. Friday May 4th, 2018 this amazing person woke up with severe pain in her head, neck and shoulders, she decided to go to the hospital. While in the hospital Brianne had a Major Stroke. This isn’t the first time Brianne had been in the hospital. Doctors had found a brain aneurism 5 years ago and, on this Friday, it was three times the size it previously had been. They rushed her into surgery to give her a chance at life. Her aneurism ruptured on the operating table we didn’t know what news we were going to receive. She’s an incredibly strong woman with a big heart and loveable personality, we know she is fighting and now she is fighting for her life. She not the type of person to quit or give up. Now this fiance, mother and friend is in the hospital once more and she needs your help. She is now in a coma and the outcome is uncertain. We are optimistic and are all praying that this wonderful woman that we love wakes up and comes back to us all. Due to these circumstances all the financial obligations of running a house hold is now placed solely on her fiance. Her family would greatly appreciate any type of donation that you can give. This will greatly help with any bills, groceries and necessities they may need. Thank you so much for any and all donations, please keep Brianne and her family in your prayers while they are going through this difficult time.+ Read More
I wanted to send an immense thank you to everyone who donated to the GoFundMe my friends were kind enough to make. Brianne sadly lost her battle Sunday night but her spirit remains through her family, her children, and everyone who knew her. Bri, our children, and I are blessed to have such wonderful people in our lives. I will update soon with when and where we are hosting a celebration of her life.
Thank you so much to everyone who has shown their love and support to Bri and our family. I wanted to send a small update. They are planning to take the respirator off tomorrow morning to see how she does with breathing on her own. Since she has the trache they can simply reconnect it if she gets worn out. It’s a bit of progress though, and that’s good. I’ll send another update soon, as she keeps progressing.