Delores is getting sicker every day. Please don’t wait – we need your help now.
Our active and loving sister, mother and grandmother, Delores Wright was diagnosed with end-stage liver cancer in 2019. Delores loves nothing more than spending time with her family, especially her son, Joe and her grandkids Brandon, Owen and her new granddaughter Amelia. However, her liver disease is now critical and has disrupted her ability to stay active and now leaves her struggling with daily pain.
April 23, 2020
March 28, 2020
I hope all my friends and family are finding ways to stay safe during the COVID – 19 Pandemic. In the midst of this catastrophe, more than looking in to find serenity we need to look out for one another to practice humanity.
I just want to say that there are not enough words in the dictionary to describe the amount of gratitude I feel toward my wonderful friends and family for all your generous donations towards Delores’s fundraising campaign. Your kind words and nonstop support for Delores are greatly appreciated and you are all truly heroes!
We have decided, in order to make the transplant happen a little easier for her, to set up this fundraising campaign with HelpHOPELive. HelpHOPELive is a non-profit organization that has been assisting the transplant community for over 28 years.
Thank you again for your help!
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April 15, 2020
“But I will restore you to health and heal your wounds,’ declares the Lord” Jeremiah 30:17 NIV
Joel and Stefani Baker
April 13, 2020
Delores is a loving person who is going through a difficult time. We hope this donation will help ease some financial worries. Stay strong and safe.
April 9, 2020
Hello everyone, I just wanted to offer an update on my sister, Delores. She just recently returned from an appointment at OSHU, for her 3 month check-up with her liver doctor. Her liver tumor has not changed much they say, however, they are discussing at this time whether to treat the tumor with chemo and radiation to attempt to keep it from growing and/or spreading. So we will wait and see. She has been experiencing more pain in the last few weeks, so I pray she will not have to wait long for her transplant. Once again, thank you for all your support. Marilyn Thomas
March 24, 2020