“HEART OF THE BULL”
Tom Bull, a beloved member of the Maine community was born with a congenital heart defect, which was relatively asymptomatic until approximately 2 years ago. Since then, Tom’s health has declined rapidly. In July 2018, Tom was placed on the national heart transplant list as a “Status 1A”, and at that time began adjusting to life inside the hospital while he waits for a lifesaving and necessary organ.
August 21, 2018
Tom, The Craft RI team is thinking of you, and wishing you all the best!
August 13, 2018
Tom, my big brother, you have always been there for me when I needed you - particularly in one of the most difficult moments of my life. Words can't express my gratitude for what you did for me. I'm so grateful for our friendship, our laughter, and our deep conversations. I feel really lucky to be able to support you now - though I wish that it was under different circumstances. If your new heart has even half the love in it that you currently give out to your friends and family we'll still be a lucky bunch. Here's to many more deep conversations and moments of full body laughter! I love you, brother! xoxo Carlene
August 7, 2018
I still can't imagine how tough this must be on you all, but I know you will get through this! All of us are going to do what we can to help spread the word and support you all during this incredibly challenging time. Remember to keep laughing and resting when you can and use that strong spirit to push through. We WILL get you back on your feet again!
August 6, 2018
I just read about Tom's situation on Facebook! Tom!! Take care and be well my friend. I remember our time together in BC4 fondly. I have two boys now. We listen to the Dead channel on the radio all the time. Whenever "Not Fade Away" comes on, they have to hear me retell the story of you leading all of Unit 1 (and more) around camp in a long parade, singing that song and telling the world that your love is indeed bigger than a Cadillac. Brings a smile to my face every time. Sending good thoughts your way from the West Coast. Greg