Many of you are aware that Robert (Bob) Przykucki Sr., longtime resident of Alpena, Michigan, father, brother, grandfather, and friend, is battling leukemia. A bone marrow transplant is his best hope for a return to good health. Unfortunately, this will be very expensive. His medical insurance will not cover a majority of expenses incurred after his bone marrow treatment.
You may have attended grade school, high school or college, or called him a friend and work colleague at his many years working for General Motors. Perhaps you’ve sat next to him at mass or share a passion in rooting for U of M football, hunting, fishing, gardening, or daily bike rides along the river. Bob is a very important part of our family and he is determined to be around to enjoy many more years making memories. Thankfully, a donor match was found through the national registry, which he is immensely grateful for and will begin his opportunity to restore his life next month.
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November 22, 2016
Uncle Bob, we are praying for your speedy recovery! Go Blue! Love,
Craig, Cassie, Kyle, and Collin Cruzen