Mark needs your help now so he can be listed for his transplants!
Hello. My name is Mark Curry. In 1989, I developed leukemia due to toxic water I was exposed to at Camp Lejune while serving in the Marine Corp. The chemotherapy drugs I was on caused me to develop heart failure. As I got older the condition worsened and I now need a heart and kidney transplant.
April 10, 2019
Mark has finally received his heart and kidney transplants on 3/25/19 and is recovering quickly. We greatly appreciate all the support we have received so far and are thankful for Mark’s second chance at life. Mark will always honor the gift he has been given and the donor. Unfortunately we have encountered a mold problem in our basement. We need to have our basement waterproofed and remove the air borne mold before Mark can come home. We are not able to afford the expense on our own. Thank you to Mary Jo Lovely. When we read your post, it brought us to tears. We weren’t aware that there are groups out there willing to help. #LetsBringMarkHome
March 28, 2019
Hi my name is Debbie. I am Mark’s wife. Mark was listed yesterday for a heart and kidney transplant. We are in need of your support now more than ever. They will not perform the transplant unless we do a few home modifications, have enough money saved up to pay for anti rejection medications in the event our insurance doesn’t cover everything. The medications cost $2,000 a month. I will have to take off from work to care for him at home. Anything will help to bring us closer to our goal.
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May 13, 2019
Mark, your family needs you to keep fighting. You are in good hands HUP!!
May 2, 2019
Sending you love and healing prayers. Venetia Bebi & Anthoula Bebi
May 8, 2019
Both my wife and I are legally blind in one eye and cannot drive after dark on unfamiliar roads. Therefore we will be unable to attend. Please accept this donation in lieu of our attendance. Regards, Mr Peter.
Peter C Funch
April 5, 2019
Mark, I want to make sure you realize how much we appreciate you and the work you did for our country; Thank you for your service. I am the president of a non-profit that seeks out people like you, people we can help, people that need our help. Over the next couple weeks and months, we will be holding fundraisers for you. We will get you back home. God bless you and your family. And welcome to the second chance club. Remember the gift of life you were given and always remember your donor. That person said yes to organ donation for you!
Mary Jo Lovely