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Bob Trumble suffered a simple slip and fall 6 years ago that changed the course of his life.

After regaining consciousness from his fall, he could not move. His spinal column was pinched due to the angle of his head during his fall and the following period of unconsciousness. After an air ambulance evacuation to the University of Michigan Hospital NCIU, spinal surgery relieved the pressure on his spinal cord, and some sensation to Bob’s limbs returned. A long road of recovery faced him.

Updates (5)

November 27, 2017

I have been unable to attend my therapy sessions since February, due to insurance problems.I am hoping to return soon, but rather than face a continued long time without therapy, I am hoping that you can help by donating some funds.

Thank you all!


October 18, 2017

I have no more available trips to Walk the Line, my therapy place, until at least next year. I hope to arrange weekly trips there but must pay my own way.
Insurance will not cover this.


October 17, 2017

Bob wish we lived closer so we could help you at this time. We have set up a small monthly donation that you will recieve. Hope it helps in some small way. You cousin Mark prays and thinks about you often. Hang in there buddy.

Mark and Cindy Trumble

October 22, 2016

Bob, I'm so sorry to hear of your struggles but still hopeful that you'll recover and be able to get around easier. You're such a wonderful person.

Gaye Shreve

October 22, 2016

Hi, Bob. Glad to see you are on the mend. Our EL department is growing, with over 9500 English Learners! Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Maura Sedgeman

October 22, 2016

Hi Bob, I'm so glad that you sent me an email letting me know of your campaign! I am honored to be able to offer some amount of help. You are such an inspirational person, always positive, kind, friendly and hardworking. I enjoyed every minute that I spent working with you! I wish you the very best and hope to see you sometime!

Laura Konrad, OTR/L