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YOU CAN HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

You don’t plan to have an accident that leaves you paralyzed. No one does—including Steve Foster, yet that is exactly what happened! While traveling home June 12, 2008, Steve Foster lost control of his Harley and was taken by Life Flight to the Texas Medical Center in Houston—in a coma with critical injuries. In spite of his prognosis, he beat the odds. Now a quadriplegic, Steve is paralyzed with a C-1, C-2 spinal cord injury. He is dependent on a ventilator some of the time. He has been implanted with the NeuRX Diaphragm Pacing System. His goal with the pacing is to work his way off the ventilator hours during the day or night.

Guestbook

October 8, 2013

Hi Steve..I know I don't get around to writing, but know that you are always in my prayers and I think often of your wit and the good times we all had. You were always able to make me smile.. Would love to come see ya'll maybe next time Donna comes. Love you..Suzie

Suzie Wenzel Marcella, san antonio

October 8, 2013

Steve - I'm so glad you are home now with Deb. And you have 2 wonderful children that love and care for you dearly. I've been continuously praying for your recovery. God bless Stevo, Love - Mel

Melissa Hunter, Houston TX

October 8, 2013

Bless you Steve, Debbie, and family. I am a coworker of Debbie at LCIS. I met you on your birthday and felt honored to do so! David and I are moved by your strength and love for each other. You have our admiration and support. We wish only the BEST for you and your family.

David and Colleen Reed

October 8, 2013

Steve, Stan & I ask about you all of the time and keep up with what''s going on through Brenda O. Everone that knew you at the Outpost sends their best to you. You are a very strong man. Stan has been wanting to come see you. He will give you a little time to adjust at home and then call and stop by. Hang in there! We love ya!

Stan & Sharon Aden, Outpost Tavern